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Reprinted with permission of Donald R. Davis, Ph.D., retired from the University of Texas Biochemical Institute, Austin, TX d.r.davis@mail.utexas.edu . More information on Dr. Roger Williams at http://bioinst.cm.utexas.edu/williams .

Bibliography of Papers and Articles from 1919 to 1987 by
Roger J. Williams, Ph.D., the discoverer of the vitamin pantothenic acid.

For Dr. Williamsí BOOK bibliography: http://www.doctoryourself.com/books_williams.html

 

Also of interest: http://www.doctoryourself.com/rjwilliams.html

 

Papers not electronically linked to are available to order, free of charge, at http://bioinst.cm.utexas.edu/williams/index.html

Scroll down to the works in boldface type, which are especially important to those specifically interested in nutrition. This bibliography was created with the editorial assistance of Michael Jolliffe.

1. Williams, R. J., "The Vitamine Requirement of Yeasts, A Simple Biological Test for Vitamine," J. Biol. Chem., 38, 465 (1919). (No known electronic link)

2. Williams, R. J., "A Quantitative Method for Determination of Vitamine," J. Biol. Chem., 42, 259 (1920).(Available at JBC Online)

3. Williams, R. J., "The Vitamin Requirement of Yeast," Proc. Chicago Institute of Med., (July, 1920).  (No known electronic link)

4. Williams, R. J., "Vitamines and Yeast Growth," J. Biol. Chem., 46, 113 (1921). (Available at JBC Online)

5. Adams, C. E. and Williams, R. J., "Laboratory Preparation of Acetaldehyde," J. Am. Chem. Soc., 43, 2420 (1921). (No known electronic link)

6. Williams, R. J., "A Simplified Method of Writing 'Electronic' Formulas," J. Am. Chem. Soc., 45, 1272 (1923). (No known electronic link)

7. Williams, R. J. and Truesdail, R. W., "The Ionization of Alcohols," J. Am. Chem. Soc., 45, 1348-53 (1923). (No known electronic link)

8. Williams, R. J., "The Classification of Carbon Compounds and Their Correlation with the Compounds of Other Elements," Univ. of Oregon Publication, vol. 2, no. 3, 3-19 (1923). (No known electronic link)

9. Williams, R. J., Lasselle, P. A. and Reed, H. A., "The Highly Reducing Substances in Fresh Wood Distillate," Ind. Eng. Chem., 17, 851-8 (1925). (No known electronic link)

10. Williams, R. J. and Lasselle, P. A., "The Identification of Creatine," J. Am. Chem. Soc., 48, 536-7 (1926). (No known electronic link)

11. Williams, R. J., Wilson, J. L. and Von der Ahe, F. H., "The Control of 'Bios' Testing and the Concentration of a 'Bios'", J. Am. Chem. Soc., 49, 227 (1927). (No known electronic link)

12. Williams, R. J., "A Confusion of Terms," Science, 65, 64-5 (1927). (No known electronic link)

13. Williams, R. J., "Ionization and Atomic Structure Theory in Organic Chemistry," J. Chem. Educ., 4, 867-71 (1927). (No known electronic link)

14. Grettie, D. P. and Williams, R. J., "The Absorption of Organic Compounds of Hydrous Oxides and Fuller's Earth," J. Am. Chem. Soc., 50, 668-72 (1928). (No known electronic link)

15. Williams, R. J., Gabriel, A. and Andrews, R.G., "The Relation Between the Hydrolysis Equilibrium Constant of Esters and the Strengths of the Corresponding Acids," J. Am. Chem. Soc., 50, 1267-71 (1928). (No known electronic link)

16. Williams, R. J., "Nutrilites," Science, 67, 607 (1928). (No known electronic link)

17. Williams, R. J., McAlister, E. D. and Roehm, R.R., "A Rapid and Accurate Method for Determining the Quantity of Yeast or Other Microorganisms in a Suspension," J. Biol. Chem., 83, 315-30 (1929). (Available at JBC Online)

18. Williams, R. J., Warner, M. E. and Roehm, R. R., "The Effect of Various Preparations on the Growth of Bakers' and Brewers' Yeasts," J. Am. Chem. Soc., 51, 2764-74 (1929). (No known electronic link)

19. Williams, R. J. and Roehm, R. R. , "The Effect of Antineuritic Vitamin Preparations on the Growth of Yeasts," J. Biol. Chem., 87, 581-90 (1930). (Available at JBC Online)

20. Williams, R. J. and Bradway, E. M., "The Further Fractionation of Yeast Nutrilites and Their Relationship to Vitamin B and Wildiers' 'Bios,'" J. Am. Chem. Soc., 53, 783 (1931). (No known electronic link)

21. Williams, R. J. and Truesdail, J. H., "The Use of Fractional Electrolysis in the Fractionation of the 'Bios' of Wildiers," J. Am. Chem. Soc., 53, 4171-31 (1931). (No known electronic link)

22. Williams, R. J., "'Taste Deficiency' for Creatine," Science, 74, 597-8 (1931). (No known electronic link)

23. Williams, R. J., Friedman, L. and Woods, D. M., "The Non-Identity of 'Pure' and 'Isoelectric' Gelatins," Science, 75, 199 (1932). (No known electronic link)

24. Williams, R. J. and Lyman, C. M., "A Neutral Buffered Standard for Hydrogen Ion Work and Accurate Titrations Which Can Be Prepared in One Minute," J. Am. Chem. Soc., 54, 1911-2 (1932). [See also "A Correction," 54, 4458, #26 below]. (No known electronic link)

25. Williams, R. J., Lyman, C. M., Goodyear, G. H. and Truesdail, J. H., "Is the Nutrilite for 'Gebrude Mayer' Yeast of Universal Biological Importance?" J. Am. Chem. Soc. 54, 3462-3 (1932). (No known electronic link)

26. Williams, R. J. and Lyman, C. M., "A Correction," J. Am. Chem. Soc., 54, 4458 (1932). [See # 24] (No known electronic link)

27. Williams, R. J. and Honn, J. M., "Role of 'Nutrilites' in the Nutrition of Molds and Other Fungi," Plant Physiol., 4, 629-41 (1932). (No known electronic link)

28. Williams, R. J., Lyman, C. M., Goodyear, G. H., Truesdail, J. H. and Holaday, D., "Pantothenic Acid, A Growth Determinant of Universal Biological Occurrence," J. Am. Chem. Soc., 55, 2912-27 (1933). (No known electronic link)

Cited as a "Citation Classic" in Current Contents, Life Sciences and Clinical Medicine editions, August 27, 1990, 20-21, including commentaries by Williams and the editor. (Available at Garfield Library)

29. Williams, R. J. and Moser, R., "The Approximate Ionization Constant of Pantothenic Acid as Determined by Fractional Electrolysis," J. Am. Chem. Soc., 56, 169-70 (1934). (No known electronic link)

30. Williams, R. J. and Saunders, D. H., "The Effects of Inositol, Crystalline Vitamin B1 and 'Pantothenic Acid' on the Growth of Different Strains of Yeast," Biochem. J., 28, 1887-93 (1934). (No known electronic link)

31. Rohrmann, E., Burget, G. E. and Williams, R. J., "Pantothenic Acid Content of Animal Tissues," Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. Med., 32, 473-4 (1934). (No known electronic link)

32. Woodward, G. J., Kingery, L. B. and Williams, R. J., "The Fungicidal Power of Phenol Derivatives. I. Effect of Introducing Alkyl Groups and Halogens," J. Lab. and Clin. Med., 19, 1916-23 (1934). (No known electronic link)

33. Woodward, G. J., Kingery, L. B. and Williams, R. J., "The Fungicidal Power of Phenol Derivatives. II. Strength in the Presence of Proteins," J. Lab. and Clin. Med., 20, 950-3 (1935). (No known electronic link)

34. Williams, R. J. and Rohrmann, E., "Pantothenic Acid as a Nutrilite for Green Plants," Plant Physiol., 10, 559-64 (1935). (Available at PubMed)

35. McBurney, C. H., Bollen, W. B. and Williams, R. J., "Pantothenic Acid and the Nodule Bacteria-Legume Symbiosis," Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., 21, 301-4 (1935).(Available at PNAS)

36. Williams, R. J. and Christensen, B. E., "A 'Growth Substance,'" Science, 82, 178 (1935). (No known electronic link)

37. Williams, R. J., "Fractional Electrical Transport as a Tool in Biochemical Research," J. Biol. Chem., 110, 589-97 (1935). (Available at JBC Online)

38. Williams, R. J. and Rohrmann, E., "Beta-Alanine and 'Bios'," J. Am. Chem. Soc., 58, 695 (1936). (No known electronic link)

39. Williams, R. J., "Errors in Microweighing Due to the Use of Lead Shot in Tares," Ind. Eng. Chem., 8,229 (1936). (No known electronic link)

40. Williams, R. J., "Micro Determination of Active Hydrogen with Deuterium Oxide," J. Am. Chem. Soc., 58, 1819 (1936). (No known electronic link)

41. Mosher, W. A., Saunders, D. H., Kingery, L. B. and Williams, R. J., "Nutritional Requirements of the Pathogenic Mold 'Trichophyton interdigitale,"' Plant Physiol., 11, 795-896 (1936). (Available at PubMedCentral)

42. Williams, R. J., Mosher, W. A. and Rohrmann, E., "The Importance of 'Pantothenic Acid in Fermentation, Respiration and Glycogen Storage," Biochem. J., 30, 2036-9 (1936). (No known electronic link)

43. Williams, R. J., "Organic Oxidation Equivalent Analysis. I. Theory and Applications," J. Am. Chem. Soc., 59, 288-90 (1937). (No known electronic link)

44. Williams, R. J., Rohrmann, E. and Christensen, B. E., "Organic Oxidation Equivalent Analysis. II. By the Use of Iodate. (Micro and 'Sub-micro' Methods)," J. Am. Chem. Soc., 59, 291-3 (1937). (No known electronic link)

45. Christensen, B. E., Williams, R. J. and King, A. E., "Organic Oxidation Equivalent Analysis. III. General Method Using Dichromate," J. Am. Chem. Soc., 59, 293-6 (1937). (No known electronic link)

46. Williams, R. J. and Woods, M. A., "The Selectivity of Iodic Acid in the Oxidation of Organic Compounds," J. Am. Chem. Soc., 59, 1408 (1937). (No known electronic link)

47. Williams, R. J., "The Use of Yeast or Other Fungi for Vitamin B1 Tests," Science, 86, 349-50 (1937). (No known electronic link)

48. Williams, R. J., Truesdail, J. H., Weinstock, H. H., Jr., Rohrmann, E., Lyman, C. M. and McBurney, C. H., "Pantothenic Acid. II. Its Concentration and Purification from Liver," J. Am. Chem. Soc., 60, 2719-23 (1938). (No known electronic link)

49. Mitchell, H. K. and Williams, R. J., "A Study of Reduction with Hydriodic Acid: Use in Micro Determination of Hydroxyl Groups," J. Am. Chem. Soc., 60, 2723-26 (1938). (No known electronic link)

50. Williams, R. J., "M(anille) Ide, The Discoverer of 'Bios,'" Science, 88, 475 (1938). (No known electronic link)

51. Williams, R. J., Weinstock, H. H., Jr., Rohrmann, E., Truesdail, J.H., Mitchell, H. K. and Meyer, C. E., "Pantothenic Acid. III. Analysis and Determination of Constituent Groups," J. Am. Chem. Soc., 61, 454-7 (1939). (No known electronic link)

52. Williams, R. J. and Pratt, E. F., "The Fermentation Test for Thiamin," Science, 89, 199-206 (1939). (No known electronic link)

53. Pratt, E. F. and Williams, R. J., "The Effects of Pantothenic Acid on Respiratory Activity," J. Gen. Physiol., 22, 637-47 (1939). (Available at JPG Online)

54. Eakin, R. E. and Williams, R. J., "Vitamin B6 as a Yeast Nutrilite," J. Am. Chem. Soc., 61, 1932 (1939). (No known electronic link)

55. Weinstock, H. H., Jr., Mitchell, H. K., Pratt, E. F. and Williams,R. J., "Pantothenic Acid. IV. Formation of Beta-Alanine by Cleavage," J. Am. Chem. Soc., 61, 1421-5 (1939). (No known electronic link)

56. Williams, R. J., "Pantothenic Acid--A Vitamin," Science, 89, 486 (1939). (No known electronic link)

57. Snell, E. E. and Williams, R. J., "Biotin as a Growth Factor for the Butyl Alcohol Producing Anaerobes," J. Am. Chem. Soc., 61, 3594 (1939). (No known electronic link)

58. Kingery, L. B., Williams, R. J. and Kidd, H. A., "Influence of Age on Ringworm Infection of the Scalp," Arch. Derm. and Syph., 40, 879-86 (1939). (No known electronic link)

59. Eakin, R. E. and Williams, R. J., "Biotic Acid; A New Growth Substance in Liver," Proc. Am. Soc. Biol. Chem., 9, xxiii (1939). (No known electronic link)

60. Snell, E. E., Eakin, R. E. and Williams, R. J., "A Quantitative Test for Biotin and Observations Regarding Its Occurrence and Properties," J. Am. Chem. Soc., 62, 175-8 (1940). (No known electronic link)

61. Williams, R. J. and Major, R. T., "The Structure of Pantothenic Acid," Science, 91, 246 (1940). (No known electronic link)

62. Williams, R. J., Eakin, R. E. and Snell, E. E., "The Relationship of Inositol, Thiamin, Biotin, Pantothenic Acid and Vitamin B6 to the Growth of Yeasts," J. Am. Chem. Soc., 62, 1204-7 (1940) . (No known electronic link)

63. Mitchell, H. K., Weinstock, H. H., Jr., Snell, E. E., Stanbery, S.R. and Williams, R. J., "Pantothenic Acid. V. Evidence for Structure of Non-beta-Alanine Portion," J. Am. Chem. Soc., 62, 1776-9 (1940). (No known electronic link)

64. Williams, R. J., Mitchell, H. K., Weinstock, H. H., Jr. and Snell, E. E., "Pantothenic Acid. VII. Partial and Total Synthesis Studies," J. Am. Chem. Soc., 62, 1784-5 (1940). (No known electronic link)

65. Mitchell, H. K., Snell, E. E. and Williams, R. J., "Pantothenic Acid. IX. The Biological Activity of Hydroxypantothenic Acid," J. Am. Chem. Soc., 62, 1791-2 (1940) . (No known electronic link)

66. Snell, E. E., Pennington, D. and Williams, R. J., "The Effect of Diet on the Pantothenic Acid Content of Chick Tissues," J. Biol. Chem., 133, 559-65 (1940). (Available at JBC Online)

67. Pennington, D., Snell, E. E. and Williams, R. J., "An Assay Method for Pantothenic Acid," J. Biol. Chem., 135, 213-22 (1940). (Available at JBC Online)

68. Spies, T. D., Stanbery, S. R., Williams, R. J., Jukes, T. H. and Babcock, S. H., "Pantothenic Acid in Human Nutrition," J. Am. Med. Assoc., 115, 523-4 (1940) . (No known electronic link)

69. Eakin, R. E., McKinley, W. A. and Williams, R. J., "Egg-White Injury in Chicks and Its Relationshipto a Deficiency of Vitamin H (Biotin)," Science, 92, 224-5 (1940) . (No known electronic link)

70. Williams, R. J., "Vitamin Study at The University of Texas," Science, 92, 579 (1940) . (No known electronic link)

71. Eakin, R. E., Snell, E. E. an d Williams, R. J., "A Constituent of Raw Egg White Capable of Inactivating Biotin in Vitro," J. Biol. Chem., 136, 801-2 (1940) . (Available at JBC Online)

72. Mitchell, H. K. and Williams, R. J., "The Importance of Amino-Acids as Yeast Nutrients," Biochem. J., 34, 1532-6 (1940). (No known electronic link)

73. Williams, R. J., "Growth-Promoting Nutrilites for Yeasts," Biol. Rev., 16, 49-80 (1940) . (No known electronic link)

74. Williams, R. J., "The Importance of Microorganisms in Vitamin Research," Science, 93, 412-4 (1941). (No known electronic link)

75. Gyorgy, P., Rose, C. S., Eakin, R. E., Snell, E. E. and Williams, R.J., Egg-White Injury as the Result of Nonabsorption or Inactivation of Biotin," Science, 93, 477-8 (1941). (No known electronic link)

76. Eakin, R. E., Snell, E. E. and Williams, R. J., "The Concentration and Assay of Avidin, the Injury-Producing Protein in Raw Egg White," J. Biol. Chem., 140, 535-43 (1941). (Available at JBC Online)

77. Mitchell, H. K., Snell, E. E. and Williams, R J., "The Concentration of 'Folic Acid'," J. Am. Chem. Soc., 63, 2284 (1941). Reprinted as a "Nutrition Classic" in Nutr. Rev. 46, 324-5 (1988). (No known electronic link)

78. Williams, R. J., "Pantothenic Acid," Enzymologia, IX, 387-94 (1941). (No known electronic link)

79. Williams, R. J. and coauthors, in Studies on the Vitamin Content of Tissues I [Biochemical Institute Studies I], Univ. Texas Publication 4137, Austin 1941: 
"Assay Methods for Pantothenic Acid," 14-17
"Assay Methods for Pyridoxin," 24-26
"Assay Methods for Inositol," 27-30
"Assay Methods for Thiamin," 31-35
"Changes in the 'B Vitamin' Content of Tissues During Development," 61-66 (No known electronic link)

80. Williams, R. J., "Pantothen," Science, 94, 462-63 (1941). (No known electronic link)

81. Thompson, R. C., Eakin, R. E. and Williams, R J., "The Extraction of Biotin from Tissues," Science, 94, 589-90 (1941). (No known electronic link)

82. Williams, R. J., "Vitamins in the Future" [Chandler Medal Address, jointly with brother R. R Williams], Science, 95, 340-44 (1942). (No known electronic link)

83. Snell, E. E., Guirard, B. M. and Williams, R. J., "Occurrence in Natural Products of a Physiologically Active Metabolite of Pyridoxine," J. Biol. Chem., 143, 519-30 (1942). (Available at JBC Online)

84. Williams, R. J., "The Approximate Vitamin Requirements of Human Beings," J. Am. Med. Assoc., 119, 1-7 (1942). (No known electronic link)

85. Teague, P. C. and Williams, R. J., "Pantothenic Acid and the Utilization of Glucose by Living and Cell-Free Systems," J. Gen. Physiol., 25, 777-83 (1942). (Available at JGP Online)

86. Cheldelin, V. H. and Williams, R J., "Adsorption of Organic Compounds. I. Adsorption of Ampholytes on an Activated Charcoal," J. Am. Chem. Soc., 64, 1513-6 (1942). (No known electronic link)

87. Williams, R. J., "Pantothenic Acid and the Microbiological Approach to the Study of Vitamins," in The Biological Action of the Vitamins, E. A. Evans, Jr., ed., Univ. Chicago Press, 1942, 120-35. (No known electronic link)

88. Williams, R. J. and coauthors, in Studies on the Vitamin Content of Tissues II , [Biochemical Institute Studies II], Univ. Texas Publication 4237, Austin 1942:
"Introduction--Microbiological Assay Methods," 7-13
"B Vitamins in Normal Human Tissues," 41-55
"B Vitamins in Human, Rat and Mouse Neoplasms," 56-71
"A Preliminary Study of B Vitamins in Cell Nuclei," 81-83
"The B Vitamin Content of Milk from Animals of Different Species," 97-104
"The B Vitamin Content of Foods," 105-124 (No known electronic link)

89. Taylor, A., Pollack, M. A. and Williams, R. J., "Uniformities in the Content of B Vitamins in Malignant Neoplasms," Science, 96, 322-3 (1942). (No known electronic link)

90. Pollack, M. A., Taylor, A., Taylor, J. and Williams, R J., "B Vitamins in Cancerous Tissues I. Riboflavin," Cancer Res., 2, 739-43 (1942). (No known electronic link)

91. Taylor, A., Pollack, M. A., Hofer, M. J. and Williams, R. J., "B Vitamins in Cancerous Tissues II. Nicotinic Acid," Cancer Res., 2,744-7 (1942). (No known electronic link)

92. Pollack, M. A., Taylor, A., Woods, A., Thompson, R. C. and Williams, R. J., "B Vitamins in Cancerous Tissues III. Biotin," Cancer Res., 2, 748-51 (1942). (No known electronic link)

93. Taylor, A., Pollack, M. A., Hofer, M. J. and Williams, R. J., "B Vitamins in Cancerous Tissues IV. Pantothenic Acid," Cancer Res., 2, 752-4 (1942). (No known electronic link)

94. Williams, R. J., "The Chemistry and Biochemistry of Pantothenic Acid," in Advances in Enzymology, F. F. Nord and C. H. Werkman, eds., Interscience, New York, 1943, 253-87. (No known electronic link)

95. Williams, R. J., "The Significance of the Vitamin Content of Tissues," in Vitamins and Hormones, R. S. Harris and K. Thimann, eds., Academic Press, New York, 1943, 229-47. (No known electronic link)

96. Williams, R. J., "Water-Soluble Vitamins," in Annual Review of Biochemistry, J. M. Luck, ed., Stanford Univ. Press, XII, 1943, 305-52. (No known electronic link)

97. Williams, R. J., "Isotel, Isotelic," Science, 98, 386 (1943). (No known electronic link)

98. Cheldelin, V. H., Woods, A. M. and Williams, R. J., "Losses of B Vitamins Due to Cooking of Foods," J. Nutrition, 26, 477-85 (1943). (No known electronic link)

99. Mitchell, H. K., Snell, E. E. and Williams, R. J., "Folic Acid. I. Concentration from Spinach," J. Am. Chem. Soc., 66, 267-8 (1944). (No known electronic link)

100. Frieden, E. H., Mitchell, H. K. and Williams, R. J., "Folic Acid. II. Studies on Adsorption," J. Am. Chem. Soc., 66, 269-71 (1944). (No known electronic link)

101. Mitchell, H. K. and Williams, R. J., "Folic Acid. III. Chemical and Physiological Properties," J. Am. Chem. Soc., 66, 271-4 (1944). (No known electronic link)

102. Williams, R. J., [book review] Plants and Vitamins, by W. H. Schopfer, translated by N. L. Noecker, 1943, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 66, 505 (1944). (No known electronic link)

103. Williams, R. J., Schlenk F. and Eppright, M. A., "The Assay of Purified Proteins, Enzymes, Etc., for 'B Vitamins'," J. Am. Chem. Soc., 66, 896-8 (1944). (No known electronic link)

104. Chu, E. J.-H. and Williams, R. J., "A Reported Growth Stimulant for Lactobacillus Casei," J. Biol. Chem., 155, 9-11 (1944). (Available at JBC Online)

105. Eppright, M. A. and Williams, R. J., "Thiamine Determination: Comparative Study of (No known electronic link)
Yeast-Growth, Yeast-Fermentation and Thiochrome Methods," Ind. Eng. Chem., Anal. Ed., 16, 576-9 (1944). (No known electronic link)

106. Chu, E. J.-H. and Williams, R. J., "The Question of the Existence and Significance of (No known electronic link)
Avidin-uncombinable Biotin Isotels," J. Am.Chem. Soc., 66, 1678-80 (1944). (No known electronic link)

107. Williams, R. J., Eppright, M. A., Cunningham, E. and Mills, C. A., "B Vitamins in the Tissues of Rats Maintained at High and Low Temperatures," Arch. Biochem., 5, 299-306 (1944) . (No known electronic link)

108. Williams, R. J., "B Vitamins and Cancer, Am. Assoc. Adv. Science Research Conference on Cancer, 253-66 (1944). (No known electronic link)

109. Williams, R. J., "The Clinical Possibilities of Pantothenic Acid," in Dietotherapy: Clinical Application of Modern Nutrition, M.G. Whol, ed., W. B. Saunders Co., Philadelphia, 263-7, 288-9 (1945). (No known electronic link)

110. Taylor, A. and Williams, R. J., "Diet and Spontaneous Lung Tumors in Strain A Mice," in Cancer Studies [Biochemical Institute Studies III], Univ. Texas Publication 4507, Austin, 119-22 (1945).  (No known electronic link)

110a. Loo, Y. H. and Williams, R. J., "A Study of Folic Acid Distribution with Respect to its Possible Relationship to Cancer," in Cancer Studies [Biochemical Institute Studies III], Univ. Texas Publication 4507, Austin, 123-34 (1945).  (No known electronic link)

111. Williams, R. J., "A Broad Approach to the Cancer Problem," in Cancer Studies [Biochemical Institute Studies III], Univ. Texas Publication 4507, Austin, 7-12 (1945). (No known electronic link)

112. Williams, R. J., "'Starring' in American Men of Science in Relation to the Status of Chemistry," Science, 101, 222-3 (1945). (No known electronic link)

113. Williams, R. J., "Achieving Full Employment After the War," Science, 101, 537 (1945). (No known electronic link)

114. Hac, L. R., Snell, E. E. and Williams, R. J., "The Microbiological Determination of Amino Acids II. Assay and Utilization of GlutamicAcid and Glutamine by Lactobacillus arabinosus," J. Biol. Chem., 159, 273-89 (1945). (Available at JBC Online)

115. Guirard, B. M., Snell, E. E. and Williams, R. J., "Microbiological Determination of Amino Acids. IV. Lysine, Histidine, Arginine and Valine," Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. Med., 61, 158-61 (1946) . (No known electronic link)

116. Williams, R. J., [book review] Vitamins and Hormones, vol. III, Harris, R. S., and Thimann, K. V., eds., Academic Press, 1945, in Arch. Biochem., 9, 301-2 (1946). (No known electronic link)

117. Guirard, B. M., Snell, E. E. and Williams, R. J., "The Nutritional Role of Acetate for Lactic Acid Bacteria I. The Response to Substances Related to Acetate," Arch. Biochem., 9, 361-79 (1946) . (No known electronic link)

118. Guirard, B. M., Snell, E. E. and Williams, R. J., "The Nutritional Role of Acetate for Lactic Acid Bacteria II. Fractionation of Extracts of Natural Materials," Arch. Biochem., 9, 381-6 (1946). (No known electronic link)

119. Eppright, M. A. and Williams, R. J., "Effects of Certain Limiting Conditions on the Synthesis of B Vitamins by Yeast," J. Gen. Physiol., 30, 61-72 (1946) . (Available at JGP Online)

120. Williams, R. J., "Fuel Foods That Lack Vitamins," Your Health, 8, 70 (1946). (No known electronic link)

121. Williams, R. J., "Humanics: A Crucial Need," Scientific Monthly, 64(2), 174-80 (1947). (No known electronic link)

122. Williams, R. J., "The Etiology of Alcoholism: A Working Hypothesis Involving the Interplay of Hereditary and Environmental Factors," Quart. J. Stud. Alc., 7, 567-87 (1947). (No known electronic link)

123. Williams, R. J., "Will Science Meet a New Challenge?," Am. Scientist, 35, 282-6 (1947). (No known electronic link)

124. Williams, R. J., "Biochemical Individuality and Its Implications," Chem. Eng. News, 25(16), 1112-3 (1947). (No known electronic link)

125. Eppright, M. A. and Williams, R. J., "Factors Not Synthesized by Yeast in the Presence of Cyanide," Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. Med., 64, 123-5 (1947). (No known electronic link)

126. Williams, R. J., [book review] Vitamins and Hormones, vol. IV, Harris, R. S., and Thimann, K. V., eds., Academic Press, 1946, in Arch. Biochem., 13, 301-2 (1946) . (No known electronic link)

127. Williams, R. J. and Kirby, H., "Paper Chromatography Using Capillary Ascent," Science, 107, 481-3 (1948). (No known electronic link)

128. Williams, R. J. and Thompson, R. C., "A Device for Obtaining a Continuous Record of Body Temperature from the External Auditory Canal," Science, 108, 90-1 (1948). (No known electronic link)

129. Williams, R. J., "We're All Peculiar," Reader's Digest, July 1948, 17-20. [Condensed from the book, The Human Frontier, and translated for foreign language editions]. (No known electronic link)

130. Lane, R. L. and Williams, R. J., "Inositol, An Active Constituent of Pancreatic (alpha) Amylase," Arch. Biochem., 19, 329-35 (1948). (No known electronic link)

131. Williams, R. J., "Alcoholics and Metabolism," Sci. Am., December 1948, 50-53. (No known electronic link)

131a. Williams, R. J., "Why People Are Different," Think, December 1948, 10. (No known electronic link)

132. Williams, R. J., Berry, L. J. and Beerstecher, E., Jr., "Individual Metabolic Patterns, Alcoholism, Genetotrophic Diseases," Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., 35, 265-71 (1949). (Available at PNAS)

133. Williams, R. J., Berry, L. J. and Beerstecher, E., Jr., "Biochemical Individuality. III. Genetotrophic Factors in the Etiology of Alcoholism," Arch. Biochem., 23, 275-90 (1949). (No known electronic link)

134. Williams, R. J., "Shall WE Pioneer Too?" Proc. Philos. Soc. Texas, December, 1949, 5-26. (No known electronic link)

135. Williams, R. J., Beerstecher, E., Jr. and Berry, L. J., "The Concept of Genetotrophic Disease," Lancet, February 18, 1950, 287-90. (No known electronic link)

136. Williams, R. J., Berry, L. J. and Beerstecher, E., Jr., "Genetotrophic Diseases; Alcoholism," Texas Reports Biol. Med., 8, 238-56 (1950). (No known electronic link)

137. Beerstecher, E., Jr., Sutton, H. E., Berry, H. K., Brown, W. D., Reed, J., Rich, G. B., Berry, L. J. and Williams, R. J., "Biochemical Individuality. V. Explorations with Respect to the Metabolic Patterns of Compulsive Drinkers," Arch. Biochem., 29, 27-40 (1950). (No known electronic link)

138. Williams, R. J., "Characterization, Distribution, Assay and Biogenesis of B Vitamins," in "The Biochemistry of B Vitamins," Williams, R. J., Eakin, R. E., Beerstecher, E., Jr. and Shive, W., Am. Chem. Soc. Monograph 110, Reinhold Publishing Corp., New York, 1950, 1-91.  (No known electronic link)

139. Williams, R. J., "Concept of Genetotrophic Disease," Nutr. Rev., 8, 257-60 (1950). (No known electronic link)

139a. Williams, R. J., "Some Implications of Physiological Individuality," in Feelings and Emotions, M. L. Reymert, ed., McGraw-Hill, 268-73 (1950).  (No known electronic link)

140. Williams, R. J., "Men and Marbles," [Am. Chem. Soc. Southwest Award Address], Southwest Retort, January 1951, 16-8. (No known electronic link)

141. Williams, R. J., "The Unexplored Field of Genetotrophic Disease," MD, 6, 123-4, 136 (1951).  (No known electronic link)

142. Williams, R. J., "Introduction, General Discussion and Tentative Conclusions," in Individual Metabolic Patterns and Human Disease: An Exploratory Study Utilizing Predominantly Paper Chromatographic Methods (Biochemical Institute Studies IV), Univ. Texas Publication 5109, Austin 1951, 7-21. (No known electronic link)

143. Cheldelin, V. H., Nygaard, A. P., Kornberg, H. A. and Williams, R. J., "Vitamin B6 Phosphates, Growth Factors for Leuconostoc Mesenteroides," J. Bact., 62, 134-5 (1951). (Available at PubMedCentral)

144. Williams, R. J., "Nutritional Vulnerability and Alcoholism," Research Reviews [Office of Naval Research], July 1952, 4-8. (No known electronic link)

145. Williams, R. J., "Alcoholism as a Nutritional Problem," [Am.] J. Clin. Nutr., 1, 32-36 (1952). (No known electronic link)

146. Williams, R. J., "Muscular Dystrophy and Individual Metabolic Patterns: The Possibilities of a Nutritional Therapeutic Approach," Proc. of the First and Second Medical Conferences [1951-1952] of the Muscular Dystrophy Assoc. of America, 118-22 (1953). (No known electronic link)

147. Williams, R. J. and Wenner, W., "Pantothenic Acid," in Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology, vol. 9, Interscience Encyclopedia, New York, 1952, 805-11. (No known electronic link)

148. Williams, R. J. and Rogers, L. L., "The Formulation of a Genetotrophic Supplement for the Experimental Treatment of Diseases of Obscure Etiology," Texas Reports Biol. Med., 11, 573-81 (1953). (No known electronic link)

149. Williams, R. J. "Biochemistry Moves Toward Human Understanding" [abstract], Symposium on B Vitamins, Dec. 3-5, 1953, Abstracts, Univ. of Texas, Austin, 1953, 3-4. (No known electronic link)

150. Williams, R. J., "Early Experiences with Pantothenic Acid--A Retrospect," Nutr. Rev., 12, 65-8 (1954). (No known electronic link)

151. Williams, R. J., "The Genetotrophic Concept--Nutritional Deficiencies and Alcoholism," Ann. N. Y. Acad. Sci., 57, 794-809 (1954). (No known electronic link)

152. Hurley, K. E. and Williams, R. J., "Urinary Amino Acids, Creatinine, and Phosphate in Muscular Dystrophy," Arch. Biochem. Biophys., 54, 384-91 (1955). (No known electronic link)

153. DeBusk, B. G. and Williams, R. J., "Effect of Lipoic Acid on the Growth Rate of Young Chicks and Rats," Arch. Biochem. Biophys., 55, 587-8 (1955). (No known electronic link)

154. Williams, R. J., "Implications of Humanics for Law and Science," J. Public Law, Emory Univ. Law School, 3, 328-44 (1955). (No known electronic link)

155. Rogers, L. L., Pelton, R. B. and Williams, R. J., "Voluntary Alcohol Consumption by Rats Following Administration of Glutamine," J. Biol. Chem., 214, 503-6 (1955). (Available at JBC Online)

156. Williams, R. J., Pelton, R. B. and Rogers, L. L., "Dietary Deficiencies in Animals in Relation to Voluntary Alcohol and Sugar Consumption," Quart. J. Stud. Alc., 16, 234-44 (1955). (No known electronic link)

157. Williams, R. J., Brown, W. D. and Shideler, R. W., "Metabolic Peculiarities in Normal Young Men as Revealed by Repeated Blood Analyses," Proc. Nat.. Acad. Sci., 41, 615-620 (1955). (Available at PubMedCentral)

158. Williams, R. J., "The Genetotrophic Approach to Alcoholism," in Origins of Resistance to Toxic Agents, Proc. of Symposium, Wash., D.C., March 25-27, 1954, Academic Press, New York, 1955, 194-208. (No known electronic link)

159. Williams, R. J. and DeBusk, B. G., "Overnight Nutritional Responses of Chicks," Proc. Nat.. Acad. Sci., 41, 894-9 (1955). (Available at PNAS)

160. Williams, R. J., "Biochemical Approach to the Study of Personality" [symposium proceedings], Psychiatric Research Reports 2, Am. Psych. Assoc., 1955, 31-7. (No known electronic link)

161. Taylor, A., and Williams, R. J., "The Control of a Cancer Growth in Embryonated Eggs," Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., 42, 54-60 (1956). (Available at PubMedCentral)

162. Williams, R. J., "Human Nutrition and Individual Variability," Borden's Rev. Nutr. Res., 17(2), 11-26 (1956). (No known electronic link)

163. Rogers, L. L., Pelton, R. B. and Williams, R. J., "Amino Acid Supplementation and Voluntary Alcohol Consumption by Rats," J. Biol. Chem., 220, 321-23 (1956). (Available at JBC Online)

164. Williams, R. J., "What Is Behavioral Science?," Science, 124, 276-7 (1956). (No known electronic link)

165. Williams, R. J., "Biochemical Individuality: An Inescapable Basic Factor in the Alcoholism Problem," address to 25th Internat. Congress Against Alcoholism, Istanbul, 1956, published by International Bureau Against Alcoholism, Lausanne, Switzerland. (No known electronic link)

166. Williams, R. J., "Biochemical Genetics and Its Human Implications" (presented to 1st Internat. Congress of Human Genetics), Acta Genetica et Statistica Medica, 7, 163-75 (1957). (No known electronic link)

167. Williams, R. J., "Chemistry Makes the Man" [cover story], Saturday Review, April 6, 1957, 42-6. (No known electronic link)

168. Williams, R. J., " The Importance of Foundation Supported Research in Texas," Conference of Southwest Foundations Newsletter, April 1957, 1. (No known electronic link)

169. Williams, R. J., "Standard Human Beings versus Standard Values," Science, 126, 453-4 (1957). (No known electronic link)

170. Williams, R. J., "Improved Teaching of Chemistry Held Responsibility of All," Journal of Commerce, New York, September 10, 1957. (No known electronic link)

171. Williams, R. J., "Fiddlers' Dreams," Chem. Eng. News, September 16, 1957, 116-20. (No known electronic link)

172. Williams, R. J., "Normal Young Men," Persp. Biol. Med., 1, 97-104 (1957). (No known electronic link)

173. Williams, R. J., "Individuality and Education," Educational Leadership, December 1957 (5 pages). (No known electronic link)

174. Williams, R. J., "Weight Control as a Biological Process," Nutrition News [Nat. Dairy Council], 20, 21 (1957). (No known electronic link)

175. Williams, R. J., "Forty Ways to Be Dumb," J. Chem. Ed., 34, 261 (1957). (No known electronic link)

176. Williams, R. J., "Clinical Implications of Biochemical Differences Between Individuals," Modern Med., 26, 134-59 (No known electronic link) (1958).

177. Williams, R. J., Pelton, R. B., Hakkinen, H. M. and Rogers, L. L.,"Identification of Blood Characteristics Common to Alcoholic Males," Proc. Nat.. Acad. Sci., 44, 216-22 (1958). (Available at PNAS)

178. Williams, R. J., "Chemical Anthropology--An Open Door," Am. Scientist, 46, 1-23 (1958). (No known electronic link)

179. Mefferd, R. B., Jr., Labrosse, E. H., Gawienowski, A. M. and Williams, R. J., "Influence of Chlorpromazine on Certain Biochemical Variables of Chronic Male Schizophrenics," J. Nervous and Mental Disease, 127, 167-79 (1958). (No known electronic link)

180. Williams, R. J., "Identifying and Treating Potential Alcoholics," J. Criminal Law, Criminology and Police Science, 49, 218-21 (1958). (No known electronic link)

181. Pelton, R. B. and Williams, R. J., "Effect of Pantothenic Acid on Longevity of Mice," Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. Med., 99, 632-3 (1958). (No known electronic link)

182. Williams, R. J., "Biochemical Individuality," Food and Nutrition News [National Live Stock and Meat Board], October, 1958, 1, 4. (No known electronic link)

183. Williams, R. J., "The Improper Study of Mankind," Texas Quart., 1, 16-32 (1958). (No known electronic link)

184. Williams, R. J., "Individuality and Its Significance in Human Life," in Essays on Individuality, F. Morley, ed., Univ. of Penn. Press, Philadelphia, 125-45 (1958). Also in 2nd. ed., Liberty Press, Indianapolis, 1977, 177-204. (Available at Liberty Bookshop)

185. Williams, R. J., "Nutritional Insurance With Vitamins: Available but Not Simple," Chem. Eng. News, March 9, 1959, 86-9. (No known electronic link)

186. Pelton, R. B., Williams, R. J. and Rogers, L. L. "Metabolic Characteristics of Alcoholics I. Response to Glucose Stress," Quart. J. Stud. Alc., 20, 28-32 (1959). (No known electronic link)

187. Williams, R. J., "Biochemical Individuality and Cellular Nutrition: Prime Factors in Alcoholism," Quart. J. Stud. Alc., 20, 452-63 (1959). (No known electronic link)

188. Williams, R. J., "A Nutritional Approach to Alcoholism," in First Intl. Conference on the Alcoholic Beverages Research, June 2-4, 1958, C. Radouco-Thomas, ed., Pool Finsec S.A., Lausanne, Switzerland, 1959, 29-34. (No known electronic link)

189. Siegel, F. L. and Williams, R. J., "The Use of Baby Chicks in Studying Inherent Individuality and its Relationship to Alcoholism," in First Intl. Conference on the Alcoholic Beverages Research, June 2-4, 1958, C. Radouco-Thomas, ed., Pool Finsec S.A., Lausanne, Switzerland, 1959, 35-37. (No known electronic link)

190. Williams, R. J., "The Functioning of Vitamins and Hormones," J. Chem. Ed., 36, 538-9 (1959). (No known electronic link)

191. Williams, R. J., "Individuality of Amino Acid Needs," in Protein and Amino Acid Nutrition, A. A. Albanese, ed., Academic Press, New York, 1959, 45-56. (No known electronic link)

192. Williams, R. J., "Vitamins as Medicinal Agents," J. Chem. Ed., 37, 177-8 (1960). (No known electronic link)

193. Gilbert, J. B., Ku, Yuoh, Rogers, L. L. and Williams, R. J., "The Increase in Urinary Taurine After Intraperitoneal Administration of Amino Acids to the Mouse," J. Biol. Chem., 235, 1055-60 (1960). (Available at JBC Online)

194. Williams, R. J., "Why Human Genetics?," J. Heredity, 51, 91-8 (l960). (No known electronic link)

195. Williams, R. J., "The Biological Approach to the Study of Personality" (Presented to Berkeley Conf. on Personality Development in Childhood, Univ. Calif., May 5, 1960), in Readings in Psychology, 3rd. ed., R. E. and E. L. Hartley, eds., Crowell, New York ,1965, 494-511. Also in Psychology in Action, F. McKinney, ed., Macmillan, New York, 1967. (No known electronic link)

196. Williams, R. J., "Etiological Research in the Light of the Facts of Individuality," Texas Reports Biol. Med., 18, 168-85 (1960). (No known electronic link)

197. Siegel, F. L. and Williams, R. J., "Response Patterns to Alcohol in Baby Chicks" [abstract], Fed. Proc., 1, 40 (1960). (No known electronic link)

198. Williams, R. J., "Biochemical Individuality," in Encyclopedia of Biological Sciences, P. Gray, ed., Reinhold, New York, 1961. Also in 2nd. ed., 1970, 99-100. (No known electronic link)

199. Williams, R. J., "Investigation of Disease Resistance and the Mathematical Problem of Patterns," Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., 47, 221-4 (1961). (Available at PubMedCentral)

200. Williams, R. J., "Free But Very Unequal--On Individuality," Graduate J., 4, 134-41, Univ. of Texas, Austin (1961). (No known electronic link)

200a. Williams, R. J., "DNA's and RNA's" [letter], Science, 133, 594-5 (1961). (No known electronic link)

201. Williams, R. J., "The Expanding Horizon in Nutrition," Texas Reports Biol. Med., 19, 245-58 (1961). (No known electronic link)

202. Williams, R. J. and Siegel, F. L., "The Physiological Effects of Alcohol in Relation to the Problem of Alcoholism," Advances in Alcohol and Alcoholic Beverages Research, Gl. Nosal, ed., Pool Finsec, Geneva, 2, 10-17 (May 1961). (No known electronic link)

203. Williams, R. J. and Siegel, F. L., "'Propetology,' A New Branch of Medical Science?," Am. J. Med., 31, 325-7 (1961). (No known electronic link)

204. Williams, R. J., "Biochemical and Physiological Variations Within Groups of Supposedly Homogeneous Experimental Animals," in Symposium on Factors Involved in Host-Agent Relationships, U.S. Dept. Agriculture, Ames, Iowa, 1961, 1-11. (No known electronic link)

205. Williams, R. J., Pelton, R. B. and Siegel, F. L., "Individuality as Exhibited by Inbred Animals; Its Implications for Human Behavior," Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., 48, 1461-6 (1962). (Available at PubMedCentral)

206. Williams, R. J., "Are We Prone to Certain Diseases?," Alcalde [Univ. Texas, Austin], February 1963, 9-12. (No known electronic link)

207. Williams, R. J., "Key to Health: Your Heredity," Science Digest, April 1963, 30-9. (No known electronic link)

208. Williams, R. J., "Pantothenic Acid," in Comprehensive Biochemistry, vol. 11, M. Florkin and E. H. Stotz, eds., Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1963, 59-65. (No known electronic link)

209. Williams, R. J., "Fundamental Considerations Relating Alcoholism to Biochemistry and Nutrition," in Biochemical and Nutritional Aspects of Alcoholism, C. D. Smithers Foundation and Clayton Foundation Biochemical Inst., Univ. Texas, Austin, 1964, 6-16. (No known electronic link)

210. Williams, R. J., [book review] The Chemistry of the Vitamins, by S. F. Dyke, Science, 150, 1145 (1965). (No known electronic link)

211. Williams, R. J. and Pelton, R. B., "Individuality in Nutrition: Effects of Vitamin A-Deficient and Other Deficient Diets on Experimental Animals," Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA, 55, 126-134 (1966). (Available at PubMedCentral)

212. Williams, R. J., "The Clayton Foundation Biochemical Institute: A Short History," Univ. Texas, Austin, 1966. (http://bioinst.cm.utexas.edu/williams/CFBI%20Short%20History.htm)

213. Williams, R. J., "A Broader Approach to the Prevention of Alcoholism," 12th Intl. Inst. on Prevention and Treatment of Alcoholism, Prague, Czechoslovakia (June 1966) [a speech]. Published in Protialkoholicky Obzor (Czech, January-February 1967) and translated into German, French, Spanish, Swedish, Bulgarian and Japanese for publication in foreign magazines. (No known electronic link)

214. Roach, M. K. and Williams, R. J., "Impaired and Inadequate Glucose Metabolism in the Brain as an Underlying Cause of Alcoholism--An Hypothesis," Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA, 56, 566-571 (1966). (Available at PubMedCentral)

215. Williams, R. J. and Deason, G., "Individuality in Vitamin C Needs," Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA, 57,1638-1641 (1967). (Available at PubMedCentral)

216. Williams, R. J., (symposium participant) in The Art of Predictive Medicine, W. L. Marxer and G. R. Cowgill, eds.; C. C. Thomas (1967). (No known electronic link)

217. Williams, R. J., "We Abnormal Normals," Nutr. Today, December 1967, 19-23. (No known electronic link)

218. Williams, R. J., "The Genetotrophic Approach to Metabolic Disease," in Exploratory Concepts in Muscular Dystrophy and Related Disorders, 103-111, Excerpta Medica Foundation, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (1967). (No known electronic link)

219. Gutierrez, R. M. and Williams, R. J., "Excretion of Ketosteroids and Proneness to Breast Cancer," Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA, 59, 938-943 (1968). (Available at PubMedCentral)

220. Storrs, E. E. and Williams, R. J., "A Study of Monozygous Quadruplet Armadillos in Relation to Mammalian Inheritance," Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA, 60, 910-914 (1968). (Available at PubMedCentral)

221. Williams, R. J., "You Were Born to Be Different," Highlights for Children, 23(9), 38-39 (October 1968). (No known electronic link)

222. Williams, R. J., "Brief Proposal: Individuality and Biology," Persp. Biol. Med., 12, 162 (1968). (No known electronic link)

222a. Williams, R. J., "Planning for Individuals," in Planning Versus or For the Individual, Proceedings of a Conference, April 5-6, 1968, sponsored and published by The University of Texas System, American Institute of of Planners (Gulf-Southwest Chapter), and The North Central Texas Council of Governments (Arlington), 1969, 46-57. (No known electronic link)

223. Williams, R. J., "The Only Kind of People There Are," The Freeman, January 1969, 10-13. Reprinted in Free Market Economics: A Basic Reader, Foundation for Economic Education, 1975, 15-17. (No known electronic link)

224. Williams, R. J., "Heredity, Human Understanding and Civilization," Am. Scientist, 57(2), 237-243 (1969). (No known electronic link)

225. Williams, R. J., "The Individual Approach to Geriatric Nutrition" [Paper presented to Council on Aging and Human Development at Duke Medical Center, February 13, 1968], in Duke University Council on Aging and Human Development: Proceedings of Seminars 1965-69, Durham 1969, 138-50. (No known electronic link)

226. Williams, R. J., "Your Extraordinary Nutrition," Nat. Health Fed. Bull., July-August 1969, 9-14. (No known electronic link)

227. Williams, R. J., "Getting to Know You," The Sciences [New York Acad. Sci.], Vol. 9, No. 12, 25 26 (1969). (No known electronic link)

228. Williams, R. J., "The Biology of Behavior," Saturday Review, January 30, 1971, 17-19, 61. Reprinted in The Freeman, April 1971, 239-247 and in SRIS Quarterly [Phi Delta Kappa], Summer 1971, 11-14. (No known electronic link)

229. Williams, R. J., "Nutrition and Ischemic Heart Disease," Borden Review of Nutrition Research, Vol. 31, No. 2 (1971), 17-29. (No known electronic link)

230. Williams, R. J., "How Can the Climate in Medical Education Be Changed?", Persp. Biol. Med., 14, 608-614 (1971). (No known electronic link)

231. Williams, R. J., Heffley, J. D. and Bode, Charles W., "The Nutritive Value of Single Foods," Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA, 68, 2361-2364 (1971). (Available at PNAS)

231a. Williams, R. J., "Nutrition," in McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology, 3th ed., 1971, Vol 9, 273-274. (No known electronic link)

232. Williams, R. J., "Coming Events Cast Their Shadows" [Guest Editorial], Clin. Chem., 18, 95-36 (1972). (No known electronic link)

233. Williams, R. J. (with technical assistance of Chas. W. Bode), "Should the Science-based Food Industry be Expected to Advance?", in Orthomolecular Psychiatry, D. Hawkins and L. Pauling, eds., W. H. Freeman & Co., 1972, 316-324. (No known electronic link)

233a. Williams, R. J., "Nutrition Education of Physicians: Five Commentaries," Nutr. Today, Sept./Oct. 1972, 24-28. (No known electronic link)

234. Williams, R. J., "Alcoholism is a Disease of the Brain," Let's Live Magazine, February 1973, 80-83. (No known electronic link)

235. Williams, R. J., "Nutritional Environments and Heart Disease," Internat. Med. Tribune, March 28, 1973, 5. (No known electronic link)

236. Williams, R. J., Heffley, James D., Yew, Man-Li and Bode, Charles W., "The 'Trophic' Value of Foods," Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA, 70, 710-713 (1973). (Available at PNAS)

237. Williams, R. J., "When Does Physical Fitness Start?", Health's-a-Poppin', APRFI Bulletin (Am. Phys. Fitness Res. Inst.), Vol. 1, No. 7, 1973, p. 1, 4. (No known electronic link)

238. Williams, R. J., "'Supernutrition' as a Strategy for the Control of Disease," J. Orthomolecular Psych., 1, 98- 103 (1972). (No known electronic link)

239. Williams, R. J., "Vitamins," in The Encyclopedia of Chemistry, 3rd ed., C. A. Hampel and G. G. Hawley, eds., Van Nostrand, 1973, 1151-53. (No known electronic link)

240. Williams, R. J., "Verschafft uns eine Ernahrungswissenschaft! [Provide Us With a Science of Nutrition!]", Der Wendepunkt, Nr. 5, Mai 1973, 193-195. Gegrundet von Dr. med. MaxBircher-Benner. Leiden, Holland. (No known electronic link)

241. Williams, R. J., "Verschafft uns eine Ernahrungswissenschaft! II [Provide Us With a Science of Nutrition! II]", Der Wendepunkt, Nr. 6, Juni 1973, 249-256. Gegrundet von Dr.med Max Bircher-Benner, Leiden, Holland. (No known electronic link)

242. Williams, R. J., "Biochemical Individuality Affects Patterns of Aging," in The Crisis in Health Care for the Aging, Huxley Institute for Biosocial Research, New York, 1973, 42-43. (No known electronic link)

243. Williams, R. J., Heffley, James D., Yew, Man-Li and Bode, Charles W., "A Renaissance of Nutritional Science is Imminent," Persp. Biol. Med., 17, 1-15 (1973). (No known electronic link)

244. Williams, R. J., "Statement of Roger J. Williams" [supporting the Hosmer Bill (HR 643) to modify Food and Drug Administration Regulations], in Vitamin, Mineral and Diet Supplements, Part 1, Hearings before the [House] Subcommittee on Public Health and Environment, 93rd Congress, October 30, 1973, Serial no. 93-58, U.S. Government Printing Office, 312-317, plus 11 exhibits, 317-364 (1974). (No known electronic link)

245. Williams, R. J., "Environmentalist, Heal Thyself," Texas Monthly, February 1974, 101-2, 106. (Excerpted in Intellectual Digest, April 1974, 52-3.) (No known electronic link)

246. Williams, R. J., "Method Against Madness" [on mental disease], Texas Monthly, April 1974, 33, 35. (Available through subscription at Texas Monthly)

247. Williams, R. J., "Nutrition for Chemists," American Laboratory, Vol. 6, No. 4, 29-30 (1974). (No known electronic link)

248. Williams, R. J., "Nutrition Contretemps" (A debate: D. Mark Hegsted and Lynne M. Ausman vs. Roger J. Williams.) Nutrition Today, March-April 1974, 9-10, 29. (No known electronic link)

249. Williams, R. J., "The Adipose Tissue Issue," Texas Monthly, June 1974, 50-51. (Available through subscription at Texas Monthly)

250. Williams, R. J., "Waltzing Methuselah," Texas Monthly, August 1974, 34, 37, 39. (Available through subscription at Texas Monthly)

251. Williams, R. J., "Biochemical Individuality: A Story of Neglect," J. Int. Acad. Prev. Med., 1, 99-106 (1974). (No known electronic link)

252. Williams, R. J., "The Neglect of Nutritional Science in Cancer Research," Congressional Record, Vol. 120, No. 157, October 16, 1974, S 19204-S 19206 (introduced by Senator Hubert H. Humphrey). (No known electronic link)

253. Williams, R. J., "Biology of Human Variation: Human Individuality," in Human Ecology, F. Sargent, II, ed., North-Holland/American Elsevier, 1974, 63-74. (No known electronic link)

254. Heffley, James D. and Williams, R. J., "The Nutritional Teamwork Approach: Prevention and Regression of Cataracts in Rats," Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA, 71, 4164-4168 (1974). (Available at PubMedCentral)

255. Williams, R. J., "When Whiskey Sours," Texas Monthly, February 1975, 46-47. (http://bioinst.cm.utexas.edu/williams/255.htm)

256. Williams, R. J., "A Case for Intuition and Common Sense," in Legacies in the Study of Behavior: The Wisdom and Experience of Many, J. W. Cullen, ed., C. C. Thomas, 1974, 211-246. (No known electronic link)

256a. Williams, R. J., "Statement of Roger J. Williams" (http://bioinst.cm.utexas.edu/williams/256ao.htm) and "Drugs and Nutrients Must Be Differentiated" (http://bioinst.cm.utexas.edu/williams/256ap.htm) in Food Supplement Legislation, 1974, Hearings before the [Senate] Subcommittee on Health, 93rd Congress, August 14, 1974, U.S. Government Printing Office, 585-589 (1974).

257. Williams, R. J., "Medical Research Leading to the Acceptance of the Orthomolecular Approach," J. Orthomolecular Psych., 4, 98-101 (1975). (No known electronic link)

258. Williams, R. J., "Tom Spies Memorial Address," In New Dynamics of Preventive Medicine, Vol. 3, 3-9 (1975), L. R. Pomeroy, ed. (7th meeting of The Internat. Acad. of Prev. Med.). (No known electronic link)

259. Williams, R. J., "Nutrition in the Prevention of Disease," Baroda J. Nutr., 2, 1-7 (1975). (Albert Hogan Memorial Lecture delivered in Columbia, Missouri, February 1973.) (No known electronic link)

260. Williams, R. J., "The Future of Nutritional Science," J. Appl. Nutr., 27, 9-16 (1975). (No known electronic link)

261. Williams, R. J., "A New Brand of Nutritional Science." In New Dynamics of Preventive Medicine, Vol. 4, (1976), L. R. Pomeroy, ed. (8th meeting of The Internat. Acad. of Prev. Med.). (No known electronic link)

262. Williams, R. J., "Let's Pursue Nutrition to Heal and Prevent Sickness!" Family Weekly [newspaper magazine], April 25, 1976, 4, 6. (No known electronic link)

263. Davis, D. R. and Williams, R. J., "Potentially Useful Criteria for Judging Nutritional Adequacy," Am. J. Clin. Nutr., 29, 710-715 (1976). (Available at AJCN)

264. Williams, R. J., "Inborn Individuality and Nutrition," J. Int. Acad. Prev. Med., 2, 5-7 (1975). (No known electronic link)

265. Williams, R. J., "New Horizons in Nutrition," Food & Nutrition News, [Nat. Live Stock and Meat Board], December-January, 1976-77, 1, 4. (No known electronic link)

266. Williams, R. J. and Rimland, Bernard, "Individuality and Biochemistry," in International Encyclopedia of Psychiatry, Psychology, Psychoanalysis & Neurology, Vol. 6, B. B. Wolman, ed., Nostrand Reinhold, 1977, 26-30. (No known electronic link)

267. Williams, R. J., "Nutrition and Disease Prevention: The State of the Science," in New Dynamics of Preventive Medicine, Vol. 5, 115-122 (1977) (9th and 10th meetings of The Internat. Acad. of Prev.Med.). (No known electronic link)

268. Davis, D. R., Malone, Elizabeth and Williams, R. J., "Biological Testing of Commercial Breads," J. Int. Acad. Prev. Med., 4, 41-49 (1977). (No known electronic link)

268a. Williams, R. J., "Nutrition," in McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology, 4th ed.,1977, Vol 9, 273-274 [update of #231a]. (No known electronic link)

269. Williams, R. J., "Biochemistry: Relation to Food Science," in Encyclopedia of Food Sciences, M. S. Peterson and A. H. Johnson, eds., Avi Publishing, 66-68 (1978). (No known electronic link)

270. Williams, R. J., "Nutrition: Universal, Critical, Always Improvable," Guest Essay, MD Magazine, April 1978, 11. (No known electronic link)

271. Williams, R. J., "Nutritional Individuality," Human Nature, Vol. 1, No. 6, 46-53 (1978). Reprinted in J. of the Nutritional Acad., 2, 8-13 (1979). (No known electronic link)

272. Williams, R. J., "Nutrition: An Updated View," J. of Energy Med., 1, 48-49 (1980). (No known electronic link)

272a. Williams, R. J., "Nutrition Revisited," Discovery [Univ. of Texas, Austin], Sept. 1980, 12-15. (No known electronic link)

272b. Williams, R. J., "Nutrition," in McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology, 5th ed., 1982, Vol 9, 388 [update of #268a]. (No known electronic link)

273. Williams, R. J., "Can We Integrate Moral Principles with Science and Learning?", with introduction by D. L. Miller, Texas Humanist, December 1984, 22-26. (No known electronic link)

274. Williams, R. J., "Differential Nutrition: A Wave of the Future," Therapaeia [supplement to Medical Tribune], May 1985, 6-9. (No known electronic link)

275. Williams, R. J., and Davis, D. R., "Differential Nutrition--A New Orientation from Which to Approach the Problems of Human Nutrition," Persp. Biol. Med. 29, 199-202 (1986). (No known electronic link)

276. Williams, R. J.," Nutrition--A Brief Overview and Modern Perspective," J. Appl. Nutr., 38, 13-18 (1986). (No known electronic link)

277. Williams, R. J., "Nutrition," in McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology, 6th ed., 1987, Vol 12, 253-254 [update of #272b]. (No known electronic link)

278. Williams, R. J., and Davis, D. R., "Nutrition," in McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology, 7th ed., 1992, Vol. 12, 259-260 [update of #277]. (No known electronic link)

Notable unpublished writings:
Williams, R. J., "Minority Report," President's [Nixon's] Advisory Panel on Heart Disease, Nov. 1, 1972 (7 pages).

Williams, R. J., "Twelve Quick Lessons in Nutrition," 1977 (19 pages + 11 illustrations).

Williams, R. J. and Biesele, M. M., "The Discovery of Pantothenic Acid," 1985 (37 pages).

Other writing of interest:
Williams, R. J., "My Faith," in The Faith of Great Scientists, Hearst Publishing, 19-21 (1948). 

For Dr. Williamsí book bibliography: http://www.doctoryourself.com/books_williams.html

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