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James A. Foster
James A. Foster
Professor of Biological Sciences, University of Idaho
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Characterization of the diversity and temporal stability of bacterial communities in human milk
KM Hunt, JA Foster, LJ Forney, UME Schütte, DL Beck, Z Abdo, LK Fox, ...
PloS one 6 (6), e21313, 2011
8342011
Differences in the composition of vaginal microbial communities found in healthy Caucasian and black women
X Zhou, CJ Brown, Z Abdo, CC Davis, MA Hansmann, P Joyce, JA Foster, ...
The ISME journal 1 (2), 121-133, 2007
6872007
Neural controlled differential equations for irregular time series
P Kidger, J Morrill, J Foster, T Lyons
Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 33, 6696-6707, 2020
4402020
What’s normal? Oligosaccharide concentrations and profiles in milk produced by healthy women vary geographically
MK McGuire, CL Meehan, MA McGuire, JE Williams, J Foster, DW Sellen, ...
The American journal of clinical nutrition 105 (5), 1086-1100, 2017
3812017
Gut microbial colonisation in premature neonates predicts neonatal sepsis
JC Madan, RC Salari, D Saxena, L Davidson, GA O'Toole, JH Moore, ...
Archives of Disease in Childhood-Fetal and Neonatal Edition 97 (6), F456-F462, 2012
3782012
Serial analysis of the gut and respiratory microbiome in cystic fibrosis in infancy: interaction between intestinal and respiratory tracts and impact of nutritional exposures
JC Madan, DC Koestler, BA Stanton, L Davidson, LA Moulton, ...
MBio 3 (4), 10.1128/mbio. 00251-12, 2012
3402012
MiCA: a web-based tool for the analysis of microbial communities based on terminal-restriction fragment length polymorphisms of 16S and 18S rRNA genes
C Shyu, T Soule, SJ Bent, JA Foster, LJ Forney
Microbial ecology 53, 562-570, 2007
3232007
The evolution of size and shape
WB Langdon, T Soule, R Poli, JA Foster
Advances in genetic programming 3, 163-190, 1999
2421999
Effects of code growth and parsimony pressure on populations in genetic programming
T Soule, JA Foster
Evolutionary computation 6 (4), 293-309, 1998
2361998
Clearcut: a fast implementation of relaxed neighbor joining
L Sheneman, J Evans, JA Foster
Bioinformatics 22 (22), 2823-2824, 2006
2292006
From artificial evolution to computational evolution: a research agenda
W Banzhaf, G Beslon, S Christensen, JA Foster, F Képès, V Lefort, ...
Nature Reviews Genetics 7 (9), 729-735, 2006
1822006
What's normal? Microbiomes in human milk and infant feces are related to each other but vary geographically: the INSPIRE study
KA Lackey, JE Williams, CL Meehan, JA Zachek, ED Benda, WJ Price, ...
Frontiers in nutrition 6, 45, 2019
1762019
Relaxed neighbor joining: a fast distance-based phylogenetic tree construction method
J Evans, L Sheneman, J Foster
Journal of molecular evolution 62, 785-792, 2006
1722006
The role of the acrosomal matrix in fertilization
MG Buffone, JA Foster, GL Gerton
The International journal of developmental biology 52 (5-6), 511-522, 2008
1702008
Removal bias: a new cause of code growth in tree based evolutionary programming
T Soule, JA Foster
1998 IEEE international conference on evolutionary computation proceedings …, 1998
1691998
Bacterial diversity in a glacier foreland of the high Arctic
UME Schuette, Z Abdo, J Foster, J Ravel, J Bunge, B Solheim, LJ Forney
Molecular ecology 19, 54-66, 2010
1612010
Evolutionary Computation
JA Foster
Nature Reviews. Genetics 2 (6), 428-436, 2001
1602001
Neural sdes as infinite-dimensional gans
P Kidger, J Foster, X Li, TJ Lyons
International conference on machine learning, 5453-5463, 2021
1262021
What’s normal? Immune profiling of human milk from healthy women living in different geographical and socioeconomic settings
L Ruiz, I Espinosa-Martos, C García-Carral, S Manzano, MK McGuire, ...
Frontiers in Immunology 8, 696, 2017
1222017
Defining and simulating open-ended novelty: requirements, guidelines, and challenges
W Banzhaf, B Baumgaertner, G Beslon, R Doursat, JA Foster, B McMullin, ...
Theory in Biosciences 135, 131-161, 2016
1172016
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