Fig. S1. Intermediate stage of ActA polarization (III) during induction.

Fig. S2. Bacterial growth is required for ActA-RFP accumulation.

Fig. S3. Addition of cell wall growth inhibitors prevents accumulation and polarization of ActA-RFP.

Fig. S4. Bacteria periodically diluted during growth polarize ActA less efficiently than bacteria grown normally.

Movie 1. Movie of a single bacterium infecting a PtK2 cell over several hours. This movie was used for the analysis shown in Fig. 9.

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