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Figure S1. Study flow chart.

Table S1. The characteristics of hospitalized wheezing children with sole rhinovirus, sole respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), sole enterovirus, sole bocavirus, sole other virus, mixed viral and non-viral etiology.

Table S2. The associations between atopic characteristics and sole rhinovirus infection (n = 58) in hospitalized wheezing children.

Table S3. The associations between atopic characteristics and sole respiratory syncytial virus infection (n = 35) in hospitalized wheezing children.

Table S4. The associations between atopic characteristics and sole enterovirus infection (n = 34) in hospitalized wheezing children.

Table S5. The associations between atopic characteristics and sole human bocavirus infection (n = 12) in hospitalized wheezing children.

Table S6. The associations between atopic characteristics and other sole virus infection than respiratory syncytial virus, rhinovirus, enterovirus or bocavirus infection (n = 8) in hospitalized wheezing children.

Table S7. The associations between atopic characteristics and non-viral etiology (n = 13) in hospitalized wheezing children.

Table S8. The associations between atopic characteristics and mixed viral etiology (n = 87) in hospitalized wheezing children.

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