GB‐to‐TNT: facilitating creation of matrices from GenBank and diagnosis of results in TNT

@article{Goloboff2012GBtoTNTFC,
  title={GB‐to‐TNT: facilitating creation of matrices from GenBank and diagnosis of results in TNT},
  author={P. Goloboff and S. Catalano},
  journal={Cladistics},
  year={2012},
  volume={28}
}
This paper presents a pipeline, implemented in an open‐source program called GB→TNT (GenBank‐to‐TNT), for creating large molecular matrices, starting from GenBank files and finishing with TNT matrices which incorporate taxonomic information in the terminal names. GB→TNT is designed to retrieve a defined genomic region from a bulk of sequences included in a GenBank file. The user defines the genomic region to be retrieved and several filters (genome, length of the sequence, taxonomic group, etc… Expand
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