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The roles of the protein-serine/threonine kinase, Akt1, in signaling pathways associated with cell motility and extracellular matrix invasion were examined in the immortalized mouse mammary epithelial cell line, COMMA-1D. COMMA-1D cells were engineered to express the avian leukosis subtype A receptor, tv-a, to permit infection by recombinant avian leukosis virus produced by the replication-competent avian splice vector, RCAS. COMMA-1D/tv-a cells transduced with RCAS/v-akt, but not RCAS/Akt1,pmid:11606407 fatcat:grvftjrvyvhm7ora2ymhmi4icu