Figure S1. Phenotype of DCs used in this study.

Figure S2. IgG opsonization of Salmonella is highly effective.

Figure S3. Phagocytic PI3K (Class I PI3K) is not involved in ST(GFP)-mIgG1 internalization.

Figure S4. Neither PI3K nor Actin cytoskeleton is involved in the internalization of ST(GFP)-pIgG Serum in DCs.

Figure S5. Class I and II of Dynamin are not severely involved in the mechanism of internalization of mIgG1-coated Salmonella (GFP).

Figure S6. FcγRs (FcγRI, FcγRIIb and FcγRIII) are not involved in the internalization of ST(GFP) opsonized with polyclonal IgG Serum.

Figure S7. IgG-opsonization of ST triggers T CD4+ proliferation in vivo.

Figure S8. Free antibiotic-containing medium does not contain lethal doses of antibiotics after replacement of old antibiotic-containing medium.

Data S1. Material and methods.

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