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  • Fig. S1. Proinflammatory features of anti-infectious disease vaccines.
  • Fig. S2. Immune gene expression of A20 tumor cells upon in vitro active and inactivated rotavirus exposure.
  • Fig. S3. Number of genes differentially expressed upon exposure of A20 cells with active or inactivated rotavirus in vitro.
  • Fig. S4. Immune gene expression of A20 tumors upon in vivo active and inactivated rotavirus exposure.
  • Fig. S5. Impact of in vitro rotavirus exposure on human myeloid cells.
  • Table S1. Contingency table of the number of genes differentially expressed (steady, up-regulated, or down-regulated) between EMT6 and A20 cancer cell lines upon rotavirus exposure.
  • Table S2. Number of genes commonly regulated between A20 and EMT6 cancer cell lines upon rotavirus exposure.
  • Table S3. Number of genes commonly regulated upon exposure of A20 cancer cells with active rotavirus or inactivated rotavirus in comparison with control media.
  • Table S4. Genes differentially expressed by A20 tumors in vivo upon active versus inactivated IT rotavirus therapy.

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