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Fig. S1 Silencing of GmRIN4 genes in different cultivars.

Fig. S2 Silencing GmRIN4c or d does not alter defense to Psg avrB or Psg Vir but affects basal defense to Phytophthora sojae.

Fig. S3 Cell death in GmRIN4a-d-silenced plants infected with Psg avrB2.

Fig. S4 GmRIN4 isoforms are not essential for Rsv1 or Rps-derived resistance.

Fig. S5 Sequence alignment of GmRIN4 protein regions corresponding to the region containing the demonstrated phosphorylated residues in AtRIN4.

Fig. S6 Psg avrA1 induces cell death in N. benthamiana leaves.

Fig. S7 Psg avrB induce the phosphorylation of GmRIN4b.

Fig. S8 Psg avrA1 or Paraquat-induced cell death does not affect GmRIN4b interactions.

Fig. S9 Coexpression of phosphomimic GmRIN4b (pm4b) with Rpg1-b induces cell death and ion leakage in N. benthamiana.

Fig. S10 Nicotiana benthamiana encodes RIN4-like proteins.

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