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The concept of dynamical compensation has been recently introduced to describe the ability of a biological system to keep its output dynamics unchanged in the face of varying parameters. Here we show that, according to its original definition, dynamical compensation is equivalent to lack of structural identifiability. This is relevant if model parameters need to be estimated, which is often the case in biological modelling. This realization prompts us to warn that care should we taken whendoi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1005878 pmid:29186132 pmcid:PMC5724898 fatcat:v4n3cy4qgjhyjoir222nrflqz4