We are searching data for your request:
Upon completion, a link will appear to access the found materials.
By just looking at Roach et al's paper I get the impression that they are the same thing, and the Wikipedia URL for the former is a redirect to the latter.
However, I suspect they are not exactly the same - for starters, they wouldn't have two different words for the same thing, right?
Can anybody shed some light and suggest some references?
Paired-end is the name of the sequencing approach.
Mates refer to the read pairs that correspond to the same insert, but sequenced from opposite directions.