cea4032-sup-0001-FigureS1.pdfapplication/PDF29KFigure S1. Proportion of positive skin prick testing in all parents tested.
cea4032-sup-0002-FigureS2.pdfapplication/PDF31KFigure S2. Proportion of positive skin prick testing in parents of children with data at 12 years.
cea4032-sup-0003-TableS1.docWord document59KTable S1. Numbers of first degree relatives with allergic disease.
cea4032-sup-0004-TableS2.docWord document20KTable S2. Demographics of participants at baseline, who attended or did not attend follow-ups.
cea4032-sup-0005-TableS3.docWord document17KTable S3. Cat and dog keeping over time.
cea4032-sup-0006-TableS4.docWord document35KTable S4. The relationship between parental sensitization to cat and cat keeping.
cea4032-sup-0007-TableS5.docWord document16KTable S5. Relationship of pets at birth and the risk of current wheeze or hay fever aged 7–12 years (eczema model also includes 2-year old eczema).
cea4032-sup-0008-TableS6.docWord document16KTable S6. IgE in cord blood (binary variable > 0.5 ku/L.) by pet keeping at baseline.
cea4032-sup-0009-TableS7.docWord document18KTable S7. Odds of sensitization to aeroallergens at 2, 7 or 12 years if exposed to pets at birth.
cea4032-sup-0010-TableS8.docWord document17KTable S8. Pets at birth and odds of wheeze at 12 years with and without 12-year pet ownership.

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