Jane Foster
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Gut–brain axis: how the microbiome influences anxiety and depression
JA Foster, KAMV Neufeld
Trends in neurosciences 36 (5), 305-312, 2013
Reduced anxiety‐like behavior and central neurochemical change in germ‐free mice
KM Neufeld, N Kang, J Bienenstock, JA Foster
Neurogastroenterology & Motility 23 (3), 255-e119, 2011
Stress & the gut-brain axis: regulation by the microbiome
JA Foster, L Rinaman, JF Cryan
Neurobiology of stress 7, 124-136, 2017
Chronic gastrointestinal inflammation induces anxiety-like behavior and alters central nervous system biochemistry in mice
P Bercik, EF Verdu, JA Foster, J Macri, M Potter, X Huang, P Malinowski, ...
Gastroenterology 139 (6), 2102-2112. e1, 2010
In utero exposure to valproic acid and autism—a current review of clinical and animal studies
FI Roullet, JKY Lai, JA Foster
Neurotoxicology and teratology 36, 47-56, 2013
Effects of intestinal microbiota on anxiety-like behavior
KAM Neufeld, N Kang, J Bienenstock, JA Foster
Communicative & integrative biology 4 (4), 492-494, 2011
Part 8: advanced life support: 2010 international consensus on cardiopulmonary resuscitation and emergency cardiovascular care science with treatment recommendations
LJ Morrison, CD Deakin, PT Morley, CW Callaway, RE Kerber, SL Kronick, ...
Circulation 122 (16_suppl_2), S345-S421, 2010
Gut brain axis: diet microbiota interactions and implications for modulation of anxiety and depression
RA Luna, JA Foster
Current opinion in biotechnology 32, 35-41, 2015
Diet and depression: exploring the biological mechanisms of action
W Marx, M Lane, M Hockey, H Aslam, M Berk, K Walder, A Borsini, J Firth, ...
Molecular psychiatry 26 (1), 134-150, 2021
Structural & functional consequences of chronic psychosocial stress on the microbiome & host
A Bharwani, MF Mian, JA Foster, MG Surette, J Bienenstock, P Forsythe
Psychoneuroendocrinology 63, 217-227, 2016
Clustering autism: using neuroanatomical differences in 26 mouse models to gain insight into the heterogeneity
J Ellegood, E Anagnostou, BA Babineau, JN Crawley, L Lin, M Genestine, ...
Molecular psychiatry 20 (1), 118-125, 2015
The intestinal microbiome, probiotics and prebiotics in neurogastroenterology
DM Saulnier, Y Ringel, MB Heyman, JA Foster, P Bercik, RJ Shulman, ...
Gut microbes 4 (1), 17-27, 2013
The microbiome is essential for normal gut intrinsic primary afferent neuron excitability in the mouse
KA McVey Neufeld, YK Mao, J Bienenstock, JA Foster, WA Kunze
Neurogastroenterology & Motility 25 (2), 183-e88, 2013
Gut microbiota, bacterial translocation, and interactions with diet: pathophysiological links between major depressive disorder and non-communicable medical comorbidities
A Slyepchenko, M Maes, FN Jacka, CA Köhler, T Barichello, RS McIntyre, ...
Psychotherapy and psychosomatics 86 (1), 31-46, 2016
Behavioral and molecular changes in the mouse in response to prenatal exposure to the anti-epileptic drug valproic acid
FI Roullet, L Wollaston, D Decatanzaro, JA Foster
Neuroscience 170 (2), 514-522, 2010
Gut microbiota and brain function: an evolving field in neuroscience
JA Foster, M Lyte, E Meyer, JF Cryan
International Journal of Neuropsychopharmacology 19 (5), pyv114, 2016
Psychobiotics and the gut–brain axis: in the pursuit of happiness
L Zhou, JA Foster
Neuropsychiatric disease and treatment, 715-723, 2015
Probiotics, prebiotics, and the host microbiome: the science of translation
B Petschow, J Doré, P Hibberd, T Dinan, G Reid, M Blaser, PD Cani, ...
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1306 (1), 1-17, 2013
Depression in women: windows of vulnerability and new insights into the link between estrogen and serotonin
S Lokuge, BN Frey, JA Foster, CN Soares, M Steiner
The Journal of clinical psychiatry 72 (11), 3297, 2011
MicroRNAs 146a/b-5 and 425-3p and 24-3p are markers of antidepressant response and regulate MAPK/Wnt-system genes
JP Lopez, LM Fiori, C Cruceanu, R Lin, B Labonte, HM Cates, EA Heller, ...
Nature communications 8 (1), 15497, 2017
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