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aab12075-sup-0001-FigureS1.tifTIFF image7169KFig. S1. Fragment of alignment of recA sequences used to discriminate target Pw from most similar nontarget sequences. Padlock probe-PW1 discrimination is indicated by arrows compared to recA sequence of the closest nontarget sequence.
aab12075-sup-0002-FigureS2.tifTIFF image6977KFig. S2. Fragment of alignment of recA sequences used to discriminate target Pw from most similar nontarget sequences. Padlock probe-PW2 discrimination is indicated by arrows compared to recA sequence of the closest nontarget sequence.
aab12075-sup-0003-FigureS3.tifTIFF image7459KFig. S3. Fragment of alignment of recA sequences used to discriminate target Pba from most similar nontarget sequences. Padlock probe-PBA1 discrimination is indicated by arrows compared to recA sequence of the closest nontarget sequence.
aab12075-sup-0004-FigureS4.tifTIFF image7486KFig. S4. Fragment of alignment of recA sequences used to discriminate target Dickeya spp. from most similar nontarget sequences. Padlock probe-DSP1 discrimination is indicated by arrows compared to recA sequence of the closest nontarget sequence.
aab12075-sup-0005-FigureS5.tifTIFF image7641KFig. S5. Fragment of alignment of recA sequences used to discriminate target Dickeya spp. from most similar nontarget sequences. Padlock probe-DSP2 discrimination is indicated by arrows compared to recA sequence of the closest nontarget sequence.

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