Julia Fukuyama
Julia Fukuyama
Assistant Professor, Department of Statistics, Indiana University Bloomington
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Bioconductor workflow for microbiome data analysis: from raw reads to community analyses
BJ Callahan, K Sankaran, JA Fukuyama, PJ McMurdie, SP Holmes
F1000Research 5, 2016
Nasal microenvironments and interspecific interactions influence nasal microbiota complexity and S. aureus carriage
M Yan, SJ Pamp, J Fukuyama, PH Hwang, DY Cho, S Holmes, ...
Cell host & microbe 14 (6), 631-640, 2013
Human NK cell repertoire diversity reflects immune experience and correlates with viral susceptibility
DM Strauss-Albee, J Fukuyama, EC Liang, Y Yao, JA Jarrell, AL Drake, ...
Science translational medicine 7 (297), 297ra115-297ra115, 2015
Thrombospondin-1 inhibits nitric oxide signaling via CD36 by inhibiting myristic acid uptake
JS Isenberg, Y Jia, J Fukuyama, CH Switzer, DA Wink, DD Roberts
Journal of Biological Chemistry 282 (21), 15404-15415, 2007
Enhanced natural killer-cell and T-cell responses to influenza A virus during pregnancy
AW Kay, J Fukuyama, N Aziz, CL Dekker, S Mackey, GE Swan, MM Davis, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (40), 14506-14511, 2014
A spatial gradient of bacterial diversity in the human oral cavity shaped by salivary flow
DM Proctor, JA Fukuyama, PM Loomer, GC Armitage, SA Lee, NM Davis, ...
Nature communications 9 (1), 681, 2018
Multidomain analyses of a longitudinal human microbiome intestinal cleanout perturbation experiment
J Fukuyama, L Rumker, K Sankaran, P Jeganathan, L Dethlefsen, ...
PLoS computational biology 13 (8), e1005706, 2017
Comparisons of distance methods for combining covariates and abundances in microbiome studies
J Fukuyama, PJ McMurdie, L Dethlefsen, DA Relman, S Holmes
Biocomputing 2012, 213-224, 2012
Pregnancy does not attenuate the antibody or plasmablast response to inactivated influenza vaccine
AW Kay, NL Bayless, J Fukuyama, N Aziz, CL Dekker, S Mackey, ...
The Journal of infectious diseases 212 (6), 861-870, 2015
Reproducible research workflow in R for the analysis of personalized human microbiome data
B Callahan, D Proctor, D Relman, J Fukuyama, S Holmes
Biocomputing 2016: Proceedings of the Pacific Symposium, 183-194, 2016
Mass cytometry analytical approaches reveal cytokine‐induced changes in natural killer cells
E Vendrame, J Fukuyama, DM Strauss‐Albee, S Holmes, CA Blish
Cytometry Part B: Clinical Cytometry 92 (1), 57-67, 2017
Bioconductor Workflow for Microbiome Data Analysis: from raw reads to community analyses. F1000Research. 2016; 5: 1492
BJ Callahan, K Sankaran, JA Fukuyama, PJ McMurdie, SP Holmes
Leveraging big data to understand the interaction of task and language during monologic spoken discourse in speakers with and without aphasia
BC Stark, J Fukuyama
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 36 (5), 562-585, 2021
Emphasis on the deep or shallow parts of the tree provides a new characterization of phylogenetic distances
J Fukuyama
Genome biology 20, 1-16, 2019
Adaptive gPCA: A method for structured dimensionality reduction
J Fukuyama
arXiv preprint arXiv:1702.00501, 2017
Multiscale analysis of count data through topic alignment
J Fukuyama, K Sankaran, L Symul
Biostatistics 24 (4), 1045-1065, 2023
J Fukuyama
The Annals of Applied Statistics 13 (2), 1043-1067, 2019
Local biplots for multidimensional scaling, with application to the microbiome
J Fukuyama
Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics 31 (3), 779-789, 2022
Lack of evidence for a substantial rate of templated mutagenesis in B cell diversification
J Fukuyama, BJ Olson, FA Matsen
The Journal of Immunology 205 (4), 936-944, 2020
Calibrating dimension reduction hyperparameters in the presence of noise
J Lin, J Fukuyama
arXiv preprint arXiv:2312.02946, 2023
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