NEW YORK, Jan 9 – Reaching their first milestone in an effort to map out all the protein pathways in the human body, scientists at Cytogen subsidiary AxCell Biosciences have charted all 69,000 interactions between an entire family of proteins, the company announced Tuesday.

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