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Table S1. Associations of early-infancy to mid-childhood weight gain (gender adjusted z-score) with wheeze, asthma and other atopic outcomes at 6.5 yr, in the crude, confounder-adjusted and mediated models.

Table S2. Associations of early-infancy to mid-childhood height gain (gender adjusted z-score) with wheeze, asthma and other atopic outcomes at 6.5 yr, in the crude, confounder-adjusted and mediated models.

Table S3. Associations of current weight and height (gender adjusted z-score) at 6.5 yr with wheeze, eczema, allergic rhinitis and skin prick test results at 6.5 yr, adjusted for clustering by clinic and confounders.

Table S4. Gender interaction test for associations of early-infancy to mid-childhood weight gain (gender adjusted z-score) with wheeze, asthma and other atopic outcomes at 6.5 yr, in the fully adjusted model.

Table S5. Gender interaction test for associations of early-infancy to mid-childhood length/height gain (gender adjusted z-score) with wheeze, asthma and other atopic outcomes at 6.5 yr, in the fully adjusted model.

Table S6. Associations of early-infancy to mid-childhood weight gain rate (gender adjusted z-score) with wheeze, asthma, eczema, allergic rhinitis and skin prick test results at 6.5 yr, in the fully adjusted model†, with additional adjustment for maternal smoking.

Table S7. Associations of early-infancy to mid-childhood length/height gain rate (gender adjusted z-score) with wheeze, asthma, eczema, allergic rhinitis and skin prick test results at 6.5 yr, in the fully adjusted model†, with additional adjustment for maternal smoking.

Table S8. The independent effect of study treatment arm allocation on wheeze, asthma, eczema, allergic rhinitis and skin prick test results at 6.5 yr.

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