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transcription of those proteins

I suppose you mean translation ?

Transcriptome data (roughly, the results of transcription and degradation on RNA abundance) only reflect the first steps of protein coding gene expression. Yet, it is widely used to assess the impact of mutation or genetic perturbations. So it is acceptable to not have proteomic data, as long as you understand that there is more than RNA abundance to "gene expression". Does it answer your question ?

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