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Independently Evolved Virulence Effectors Converge onto Hubs in a Plant Immune System Network

M. Shahid Mukhtar, Anne-Ruxandra Carvunis, Matija Dreze, Petra Epple, Jens Steinbrenner, Jonathan Moore, Murat Tasan, Mary Galli, Tong Hao, Marc T. Nishimura, Samuel J. Pevzner, Susan E. Donovan, Lila Ghamsari, Balaji Santhanam, Viviana Romero, Matthew M. Poulin, Fana Gebreab, Bryan J. Gutierrez, Stanley Tam, Dario Monachello, Mike Boxem, Christopher J. Harbort, Nathan McDonald, Lantian Gai, Huaming Chen, Yijian He, European Union Effectoromics Consortium, Jean Vandenhaute, Frederick P. Roth, David E. Hill, Joseph R. Ecker, Marc Vidal, Jim Beynon, Pascal Braun, Jeffery L. Dangl

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Table S1
Immune-related pathogen and plant proteins used to construct Plan Pathogen Immune Network (PPIN-1).
Table S2
Plan Pathogen Immune Network (PPIN-1).
Table S6
Subdivision of PPIN-1 into 10 nonoverlapping groups of proteins.
Table S7
Enrichment of groups of PPIN-a in differentially expressed (DE) genes that were determined form defense-related experiments.
Table S8
List of significant targets present in AI-1MAIN.
Table S9
Lists of the combinatorial modules indicated in Fig. 3, B and C.
Table S10
Infection results for validation of targets shown in Fig. 4.