FIGURE 1: Mnemons differ from prions. Comparisons of some of the properties that are shared or unique to prions and mnemons. Note that the main differences lie in the mode of inheritance at mitosis and the induction of super-assemblies. [REF+] and [ref-] denote the pheromone refractory state. Question marks highlight unknown parts of mnemons biology.

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