NEW YORK, March 29 - Protein interaction networks are a lot like the “Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon” game, where any celebrity can be directly linked to the actor by six or fewer degrees of separation, according to Edward Marcotte, a scientific co-founder of Los Angeles-based bioinformatics startup Protein Pathways. 

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