I'm working on cancer genes and I have a question about the RefSeq transcripts.
As you may know, a gene can have several transcripts due to alternate splicing. I have seen on the Pecan Saint-Jude website that for genes with several transcripts, they have a representation of the "default" transcript, but I don't understand how they choose that. When you go on NCBI, they is no obvious way to tell if one transcript is better or more common than another one.
Do you guys know if there is a way to determine the "default" RefSeq transcript if anyhow it exists?