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We would like to thank Merck for supplying MK-2206. This work was supported by National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia project grants 1043884, 251608, 566702, 166908, 251688, 509087, 400116, 400120 and 566876. The researchers were funded by National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia fellowships (R. D. H., R. B. P. and R. W. J.), the Cancer Council of Victoria (Sir Edward Weary Dunlop Fellowship to G. A. M.) and the Leukaemia Foundation of Australia (PhD scholarship to J. R. D.). We thank Jeannette Schreuders, Susan Jackson and Rachael Walker for animal technical assistance.