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Fig. S1 XopDXcc8004 does not affect bacterial growth in Xcc-infected radish leaves.

Fig. S2 XopDXcc8004 does not affect the pathogenicity of Xcc.

Fig. S3 XopDXcc8004 does not promote the growth of PstDC3000 in Arabidopsis leaves.

Fig. S4 XopDXcc8004 delays disease symptoms in PstDC3000-infected transgenic Arabidopsis line (RGAp::GFP-RGA).

Fig. S5 Schematic diagram of three truncated RGA proteins.

Fig. S6 XopDXcc8004 and XopDXcc80041-210 interact with RGA.

Fig. S7 XopDXcc8004 interacts with DELLA proteins GAI, RGL1, RGL2 and RGL3.

Fig. S8 GA reduces the growth of PstDC3000 in Arabidopsis leaves.

Fig. S9 DELLA motif is required for RGA to interact with XopDXcc8004 and its truncated protein XopDXcc80041-210.

Fig. S10 XopDXcc8004 represses the bacterial flagellin flg22-induced H2O2 production.

Table S1 List of primers used in this study

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