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Movies S1 and S2

Movie s1
Time-lapse microscopy of BTZ-sensitive M. smegmatis strain (wild-type) exposed to BTZ043.

Movie s2
Time-lapse microscopy of BTZ-sensitive M. tuberculosis strain (H37Rv) exposed to BTZ043.

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