Roger J. Williams - Publications

Affiliations: 
Biochemistry University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, U.S.A. 
Area:
vitamin B, pantothenic acid, folic acid
Website:
http://bioinst.cm.utexas.edu/williams/index.html

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1988 Mitchell HK, Snell EE, Williams RJ. Journal of the American Chemical Society, Vol. 63, 1941: The concentration of "folic acid" by Herschel K. Mitchell, Esmond E. Snell, and Roger J. Williams. Nutrition Reviews. 46: 324-5. PMID 3067148 DOI: 10.1111/J.1753-4887.1988.TB05473.X  1
1986 Williams RJ, Davis DR. Differential nutrition--a new orientation from which to approach the problems of human nutrition Perspectives in Biology and Medicine. 29: 199-202. PMID 3951955  1
1986 Williams RJ. Nutrition - A brief overview and modern perspective Journal of Applied Nutrition. 38: 13-18.  1
1979 Williams RJ, Truesdail JH, Weinstock HH. Pantothenic acid. II. Its concentration and purification from liver Nutrition Reviews. 37: 15-18. PMID 372861 DOI: 10.1111/j.1753-4887.1979.tb02189.x  1
1978 Yew MLS, Gropp ST, Tummins AT, Williams RJ. The effects of vitamin and mineral supplements on pregnancy performances of adequately nourished Holtzman rats Federation Proceedings. 37: No. 2418.  1
1977 Davis DR, Malone E, Williams RJ. Biological testing of commercial breads Journal of the International Academy of Preventive Medicine. 4: 41-49.  1
1976 Davis DR, Williams RJ. Potentially useful criteria for judging nutritional adequacy American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 29: 710-715. PMID 937225  1
1976 Williams RJ. Lapses in health strategies identified Journal of the International Academy of Preventive Medicine. 3: 71-74.  1
1975 Williams RJ. Medical research leading to the acceptance of the orthomolecular approach Journal of Orthomolecular Psychiatry. 4: 98-101.  1
1974 Heffley JD, Williams RJ. The nutritional teamwork approach: prevention and regression of cataracts in rats Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 71: 4164-4168. PMID 4530292  1
1974 Williams RJ. Letter: Organic psychosis British Medical Journal. 3: 629. PMID 4420015  1
1973 Williams RJ, Heffley JD, Yew ML, Bode CW. A renaissance of nutritional science is imminent Perspectives in Biology and Medicine. 17: 1-15. PMID 4751533  1
1973 Williams RJ, Heffley JD, Yew ML, Bode CW. The "trophic" value of foods Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 70: 710-713. PMID 4514984  1
1972 Williams RJ. 'Supernutrition' as a strategy for the control of disease Orthomolec.Psychiat.. 1: 98-103.  1
1971 Williams RJ. How can the climate in medical education be changed? Perspectives in Biology and Medicine. 14: 608-614. PMID 5568977  1
1971 Williams RJ, Heffley JD, Bode CW. The nutritive value of single foods Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 68: 2361-2364. PMID 5289871  1
1970 Williams R. NYC and CPI Chemical and Engineering News. 48: 7.  1
1965 Williams RJ, Pelton RB. Individuality in nutrition: The genetotrophic principle Science. 148: 669.  1
1963 FOFT JW, WILLIAMS RJ. LABORATORY METHODS FOR THE DETECTION OF ANTIHYPERTENSIVE DRUGS IN FLYING PERSONNEL Aerospace Medicine. 34: 948-950. PMID 14050684  1
1963 Williams R. Salesmanship [6] Chemical and Engineering News. 41: 5.  1
1962 WILLIAMS RJ, PELTON RB, SIEGEL FL. Individuality as exhibited by inbred animals: its implications for human behaviour. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 48: 1461-6. PMID 14007221  0.52
1961 WILLIAMS RJ. The expanding horizon in nutrition Texas Reports On Biology and Medicine. 19: 245-258. PMID 13785510  1
1961 WILLIAMS RJ, SIEGEL FL. "Propetology," a new branch of medical science? The American Journal of Medicine. 31: 325-7. PMID 13785507  1
1961 Williams RJ. DNA's and RNA's [2] Science. 133: 594-595.  1
1960 WILLIAMS RJ. Etiological research in the light of the facts of individuality Texas Reports On Biology and Medicine. 18: 168-185. PMID 13844934  1
1960 Williams RJ. Vitamins as medicinal agents Journal of Chemical Education. 37: 177-178.  1
1960 Williams RJ. Why human genetics? Journal of Heredity. 51: 91-98.  1
1959 Williams RJ. Nutritional insurance with vitamins: Available but not simple Chemical and Engineering News. 37: 86-89.  1
1959 Williams RJ. The functioning of vitamins and hormones Journal of Chemical Education. 36: 538-540.  1
1957 WILLIAMS RJ. Biochemical genetics and its human implications Acta Genetica Et Statistica Medica. 7: 163-175. PMID 13469137  1
1957 Williams RJ. Fiddlers' dreams Chemical and Engineering News. 35: 116-120.  1
1957 Williams RJ. Standard human beings versus standard values Science. 126: 453-454.  1
1956 Williams RJ. What is behavioral science? [3] Science. 124: 276.  1
1955 Hurley KE, Williams RJ. Urinary amino acids, creatinine and phosphate in muscular dystrophy Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics. 54: 384-391. PMID 14350787 DOI: 10.1016/0003-9861(55)90051-5  1
1955 Williams R, Willner JR, Schaefer JJ. C&EN commodity series methylamines Chemical and Engineering News. 33: 3982-3986.  1
1955 DeBusk BG, Williams RJ. Effect of lipoic acid on the growth rate of young chicks and rats Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics. 55: 587-588.  1
1954 Williams R. A new look at our human resources Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 2: 388.  1
1953 Williams RJ. Biochemical differences [6] Chemical and Engineering News. 31: 4754-4756.  1
1951 CHELDELIN VH, NYGAARD AP, KORNBERG HA, WILLIAMS RJ. Vitamin B6 phosphates, growth factors for Leuconostoc mesenteroides Journal of Bacteriology. 62: 134-135. PMID 14861170  1
1950 Williams RJ. Concept of Genetotrophic Disease Nutrition Reviews. 8: 257-260. PMID 14775937 DOI: 10.1111/j.1753-4887.1950.tb02469.x  1
1948 Williams RJ, Thompson RC. A device for obtaining a continuous record of body temperature from the external auditory canal Science. 108: 90-91. PMID 17838210  1
1948 Williams RJ, Kirby H. Paper chromatography using capillary ascent Science. 107: 481-483. PMID 17760012  1
1947 Williams RJ. Biochemical individuality and its implications Chemical and Engineering News. 25: 1112-1113.  1
1946 GUIRARD BM, SNELL EE, WILLIAMS RJ. The nutritional role of acetate for lactic acid bacteria; fractionation of extracts of natural materials. Archives of Biochemistry. 9: 381-6. PMID 21023613  1
1946 GUIRARD BM, SNELL EE, WILLIAMS RJ. The nutritional role of acetate for lactic acid bacteria; the response to substances related to acetate. Archives of Biochemistry. 9: 361-79. PMID 21023612  1
1946 GUIRARD BM, SNELL EE, WILLIAMS RJ. Microbiological determination of amino acids; lysine, histidine, arginine, and valine. Proceedings of the Society For Experimental Biology and Medicine. Society For Experimental Biology and Medicine (New York, N.Y.). 61: 158-61. PMID 21017605  1
1946 EPPRIGHT MA, WILLIAMS RJ. Effects of certain limiting conditions on the synthesis of B vitamins by yeast The Journal of General Physiology. 30: 61-72. PMID 20997751  1
1945 Williams RJ. Full employment after the war Science. 101: 679.  1
1945 Williams RJ. Achieving full employment after the war Science. 101: 537.  1
1945 Williams RJ. "Starring" in American Men of Science in relation to the status of chemistry Science. 101: 222-223.  1
1944 Chu EJH, Williams RJ. The question of the existence and significance of avidin-uncombinable biotin isotels Journal of the American Chemical Society. 66: 1678-1680.  1
1944 Mitchell HK, Snell EE, Williams RJ. Folic acid. I. Concentration from spinach Journal of the American Chemical Society. 66: 267-268.  1
1944 Eppright MA, Williams RJ. Thiamine determination: Comparative study of yeast-growth, yeast-fermentation, and thiochrome methods Industrial and Engineering Chemistry. 16: 576-579.  1
1944 Mitchell HK, Williams RJ. Folic acid. III. Chemical and physiological properties Journal of the American Chemical Society. 66: 271-274.  1
1944 Frieden EH, Mitchell HK, Williams RJ. Folic acid. II. Studies on adsorption Journal of the American Chemical Society. 66: 269-271.  1
1943 Williams RJ. The Significance of the Vitamin Content of Tissues Vitamins and Hormones. 1: 229-247. DOI: 10.1016/S0083-6729(08)60256-3  1
1943 Williams RJ. Isotel, isotelic Science. 98: 386.  1
1942 Williams RJ. The approximate vitamin requirements of human beings Journal of the American Medical Association. 119: 1-3. DOI: 10.1001/jama.1942.02830180003001  1
1942 Taylor A, Pollack MA, Williams RJ. Uniformities in the content of B vitamins in malignant neoplasms Science. 96: 322-323.  1
1942 Williams RJ. Vitamins in the future Science. 95: 340-344.  1
1942 Cheldelin VH, Williams RJ. Adsorption of organic compounds. I. Adsorption of ampholytes on an activated charcoal Journal of the American Chemical Society. 64: 1513-1516.  1
1941 György P, Rose CS, Eakin RE, Snell EE, Williams RJ. EGG-WHITE INJURY AS THE RESULT OF NONABSORPTION OR INACTIVATION OF BIOTIN. Science (New York, N.Y.). 93: 477-8. PMID 17757050 DOI: 10.1126/science.93.2420.477  1
1941 Mitchell HK, Snell EE, Williams RJ. The concentration of "folic acid" [5] Journal of the American Chemical Society. 63: 2284.  1
1941 Thompson RC, Eakin RE, Williams RJ. The extraction of biotin from tissues Science. 94: 589-590.  1
1941 Williams RJ, Gortner RA, Sollner K. The importance of microorganisms in vitamin research Science. 93: 412-414.  1
1940 Mitchell HK, Williams RJ. The importance of amino-acids as yeast nutrients. The Biochemical Journal. 34: 1532-6. PMID 16747285  1
1940 Spies TD, Stanbery SR, Williams RJ, Jukes TH, Babcock SH. Pantothenic acid in human nutrition Journal of the American Medical Association. 115: 523-524. DOI: 10.1001/jama.1940.72810330004010b  1
1940 Williams RJ, Eakin RE, Snell EE. The relationship of inositol, thiamin, biotin, pantothenic acid and vitamin B6 to the growth of yeasts Journal of the American Chemical Society. 62: 1204-1207.  1
1940 Williams RJ. Vitamin study at the University of Texas Science. 92: 579.  1
1940 Eakin RE, Mckinley WA, Williams RJ. Egg-white injury in chicks and its relationship to a deficiency of vitamin H (biotin) Science. 92: 224-225.  1
1940 Williams RJ, Major RT. The structure of pantothenic acid Science. 91: 246.  1
1940 Mitchell HK, Snell EE, Williams RJ. Pantothenic acid. IX. The biological activity of hydroxypantothenic acid Journal of the American Chemical Society. 62: 1791-1792.  1
1940 Snell EE, Eakin RE, Williams RJ. A Quantitative Test for Biotin and Observations Regarding its Occurrence and Properties Journal of the American Chemical Society. 62: 175-178.  1
1940 Williams RJ, Mitchell HK, Weinstock HH, Snell EE. Pantothenic acid. VII. Partial and total synthesis studies Journal of the American Chemical Society. 62: 1784-1785.  1
1940 Mitchell HK, Weinstock HH, Snell EE, Stanbery SR, Williams RJ. Pantothenic acid. V. Evidence for structure of non-β-alanine portion Journal of the American Chemical Society. 62: 1776-1779.  1
1939 Snell EE, Williams RJ. Biotin as a growth factor for the butyl alcohol producing anaerobes [3] Journal of the American Chemical Society. 63: 3594.  1
1939 Williams RJ. Pantothenic acid - A vitamin Science. 89: 486.  1
1939 Weinstock HH, Mitchell HK, Pratt EF, Williams RJ. Pantothenic acid. IV. Formation of β-alanine by cleavage Journal of the American Chemical Society. 61: 1421-1425.  1
1939 Eakin RE, Williams RJ. Vitamin B6 as a yeast nutrilite [10] Journal of the American Chemical Society. 61: 1932.  1
1939 Williams RJ, Weinstock HH, Rohrmann E, Truesdail JH, Mitchell HK, Meyer CE. Pantothenic acid. III. Analysis and determination of constituent groups Journal of the American Chemical Society. 61: 454-457.  1
1939 Williams RJ, Pratt EF. The fermentation test for thiamin Science. 89: 199-200.  1
1938 Mitchell HK, Williams RJ. A study of reduction with hydriodic acid: Use in micro determinations of hydroxyl groups Journal of the American Chemical Society. 60: 2723-2726.  1
1938 Williams RJ. M(Anille) IDE, the discoverer of "bios" Science. 88: 475.  1
1937 Christensen BE, Williams RJ, King AE. Organic oxidation equivalent analysis. III. General method using dichromate Journal of the American Chemical Society. 59: 293-296.  1
1937 Williams RJ. The use of yeast or other fungi for vitamin B1 tests Science. 86: 349-350.  1
1937 Williams RJ. Organic oxidation equivalent analysis. I. Theory and applications Journal of the American Chemical Society. 59: 288-290.  1
1937 Williams RJ, Woods MA. The selectivity of iodic acid in the oxidation of organic compounds [7] Journal of the American Chemical Society. 59: 1408-1409.  1
1937 Williams RJ, Rohrman E, Christensen BE. Organic oxidation equivalent analysis. II. By the use of iodate. (Micro and "sub-micro" methods) Journal of the American Chemical Society. 59: 291-293.  1
1936 Williams RJ. Micro determination of active hydrogen with deuterium oxide Journal of the American Chemical Society. 58: 1819-1820.  1
1936 Williams RJ, Rohrman E. β-Alanine and "bios" Journal of the American Chemical Society. 58: 695.  1
1935 Williams RJ, Christensen BE. A "growth substance" Science. 82: 178.  1
1934 Williams RJ, Moser R. The approximate ionization constant of pantothenic acid as determined by fractional electrolysis Journal of the American Chemical Society. 56: 169-170.  1
1933 Williams RJ, Lyman CM, Goodyear GH, Truesdail JH, Holaday D. "Pantothenic acid," a growth determinant of universal biological occurrence Journal of the American Chemical Society. 55: 2912-2927.  1
1932 Williams RJ, Lyman CM. Communications to the editor: A correction [1] Journal of the American Chemical Society. 54: 4458.  1
1932 Williams RJ, Friedman L, Woods DM. The non-identity of "pure" and "isoelectric" gelatins Science. 75: 199.  1
1932 Williams RJ, Lyman CM. A neutral buffered standard for hydrogen ion work and accurate titrations which can be prepared in one minute Journal of the American Chemical Society. 54: 1911-1912.  1
1932 Williams RJ, Lyman CM, Goodyear GH, Truesdail JH. Is the nutrilite for "Gebrüde Mayer" yeast of universal biological importance? [7] The Journal of the American Chemical Society. 54: 3462-3463.  1
1931 Williams RJ, Bradway EM. The further fractionation of yeast nutrilites and their relationship to vitamin B and Wildiers' "bios" Journal of the American Chemical Society. 53: 783-789.  1
1931 Williams RJ. The use of fractional electrolysis in the fractionation of the "bios" of wildiers Journal of the American Chemical Society. 53: 4171-4181.  1
1931 Williams RJ. "Taste deficiency" for creatine Science. 74: 597-598.  1
1929 Williams RJ, Warner ME, Roehm RR. The effect of various preparations on the growth of bakers' and brewers' yeasts Journal of the American Chemical Society. 51: 2764-2774.  1
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