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Fig. S1 Detection of type IV pilin (PilA) protein. Anti-pilAPta6605-specific antibody was used to detect PilA protein in the whole-cell lysates from wild-type (WT), Δfgt1, Δfgt2, ΔvioT, ΔvioA and ΔvioB strains in Pseudomonas syringae pv. tabaci. Arrowheads indicate the positions at about 15 kDa.

Fig. S2 Detection of type IV pilin (PilA) protein. Anti-pilAPta6605-specific antibody was used to detect PilA protein in the whole-cell lysates from several isolates of Pseudomonas syringae pv. tabaci. Arrowheads indicate the positions at about 15 kDa.

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