126) Effects of Pressure and pH on the Physical Stability of an I-motif DNA Structure. Lepper CP, Williams MAK, Edwards PJB, Filichev VV, Jameson GB, ChemPhysChem, 20(12), 1567-1571, 2019.
125) Aggregation and coalescence of partially crystalline emulsion drops investigated using optical tweezers. Otazo MR, Ward, RL, Gilles G, Osborne RS, Golding M, Williams MAK, Soft Matter, 15(31), 6383-6391, 2019.
124) Lubrication by biomacromolecules:mechanisms and biomimetic strategies. Pradal C, Yakubov GE, Williams MAK, McGuckin MA, Stokes JR, Bioinspiration & Biomimetics, 14(5), 051001, 2019.
123) Responsive polysaccharide-grafted surfaces for biotribological applications, Pradal, C., Yakubov, G.E., Williams, M.A., McGuckin, M.A. and Stokes, J.R., Biotribology, 18, p.100092, 2019.
122) Resolving solution conformations of the model semi-flexible polyelectrolyte homogalacturonan using molecular dynamics simulations and small-angle x-ray scattering. Mansel, B.W., Irani, A.H., Ryan, T.M., McGillivray, D.J., Chen, H.L. and Williams, M.A., The European Physical Journal E, 42(2), p.19, 2019.
121) Interactions of Macromolecules: β-Lactoglobulin Interaction With Pectins. Melton, Laurence D., Amy Y. Xu, Martin AK Williams, and Duncan J. McGillivray. Encyclopaedia of Food Chemistry 424-430, 2019.
120) Applications of Microrheology to Food Systems. Pradhan, Susav, Catherine P. Whitby, and Martin AK Williams. Encyclopaedia of Food Chemistry 130-133, 2019.
119) Charged functional domains introduced into a modified pectic homogalacturonan by a mixture of pectin methylesterases isozymes from sweet orange (Citrus sinensis L. Osbeck var. Pineapple) Kim, Y., Cameron, R.G., Williams, M.A. and Lee, C.J., Food Hydrocolloids. 96, 589-595, 2019
118) Understanding how the properties of whey protein stabilized emulsions depend on pH, ionic strength and calcium concentration, by mapping environmental conditions to zeta potential. Ravindran, S., Williams, M.A.K., Ward, R.L. and Gillies, G., Food hydrocolloids, 79, pp.572-578, 2018.
117) Effects of Pressure and pH on the hydrolysis of cytosine: Implications for the nucleotide stability around deep-sea smokers, Lepper CP, Williams MAK, Penny D, Edwards PJB, Jameson GB, ChemBioChem, 19(6), 540-544, 2018.
116) Structural and functional effects of manipulating the degree of methylesterification in a model homogalacturonan with a pseudo-random fungal pectin methylesterase followed by a processive methylesterase. Kim, Y., Cameron, R.G., Williams, M.A. and Luzio, G.A., Food Hydrocolloids, 77, pp.879-886, 2018.
115) Structural analysis of polysaccharide networks by transmission electron microscopy: comparison with small-angle X-ray scattering. Hernandez-Cerdan, P., Mansel, B.W., Leis, A., Lundin, L. and Williams, M.A. Biomacromolecules, 19(3), pp.989-995, 2018.
114) Overstretching partially alkyne functionalized dsDNA using near infrared optical tweezers. Raudsepp, A., Kent, L.M., Hall, S.B. and Williams, M.A. Biochemical and biophysical research communications, 496(3), pp.975-980, 2018.
113) On the electrophoretic mobilities of partially charged oligosaccharides as a function of charge patterning and degree of polymerization Irani, A.H., Mercadante, D. and Williams, M.A., 2018. Front Cover: Electrophoresis, 39(12), 2018.
112) Effects of polysaccharide charge pattern on the microstructures of β-lactoglobulin-pectin complex coacervates, studied by SAXS and SANS. Xu, A.Y., Melton, L.D., Ryan, T.M., Mata, J.P., Rekas, A., Williams, M.A. and McGillivray, D.J., Food Hydrocolloids, 77, pp.952-963, 2018.
111) Molecular dynamics simulations illuminate the role of counterion condensation in the electrophoretic transport of homogalacturonans. Irani, A.H., Owen, J.L., Mercadante, D. and Williams, M.A. Biomacromolecules, 18(2), pp.505-516, 2017.
110) Sugar-coated proteins: the importance of degree of polymerisation of oligo-galacturonic acid on protein binding and aggregation. Xu, A.Y., Melton, L.D., Ryan, T.M., Mata, J.P., Jameson, G.B., Rekas, A., Williams, M.A. and McGillivray, D.J. Soft matter, 13(14), pp.2698-2707, 2017.
109) A tale of two pectins: Diverse fine structures can result from identical processive PME treatments on similar high DM substratesOwen, J.L., Kent, L.M., Ralet, M.C., Cameron, R.G. and Williams, M.A.K., Carbohydrate polymers, 168, 365-373, 2017.
108) Controlling chain flexibility in collagen networks to produce hydrogels with distinct properties. Lian, J., Mansel, B.W., Ingham, B., Prabakar, S. and Williams, M.A., Soft Materials, 15(2), pp.145-152, 2017.
107)Raudsepp, A., Williams, M.A.K. and Hall, S.B., Mapping the restoring force of an optical trap in three dimensions using a two laser dual-trap approach. Journal of Modern Optics, 64(14), pp.1450-1456, 2017.
106) Revealing the structure of high-water content biopolymer networks: Diminishing feezing artefacts in cryo-SEM images, Efthymiou C, Williams MAK, McGrath KM, Food Hydrocolloids, 73, 203-212, 2017.
105) Introduction and characterization of charged functional domains into an esterified pectic homogalacturonan by a citrus pectin methylesterase and comparsion of its modes of action to other pectin methylesterase isozymes, Kim Y, Williams MAK, Luzio GA, Cameron RG, Food Hydrocolloids, 69, 422-431, 2017.
104) Protein and polysaccharide conjugates as emerging scaffolds for the drug delivery systems, Xu AY, Melton LD, Williams MAK, International Journal of Nanotechnology, 14.1-6 (2017): 470-480, 2017.
103) Effects of non-Gaussian Brownian motion on direct force optical tweezers measurements of the electrostatic forces between pairs of colloidal particles, Raudsepp A, Williams MAK & S. B. Hall . Eur. J. Phys. E, 39: 70, 2016.
102) Hey hey hey hey, it was the DNA. Williams M.A.K, New Journal of Physics 18: 051002, 2016.
101) Multidimensional mapping of the restoring force of an optical trap using triangular wave flow, Raudsepp, M. A. K. Williams & S. B. Hall Journal of Modern Optics, DOI: 10.1080/09500340.2016.1199819, 2016.
100) Nonlinear Behaviour of Gelatin Networks Reveals a Hierarchical Structure. Yang Zhi, Hemar Yacine, Hilliou Loic, Martin A K; et al. Biomacromolecules, 17: 590, 2016.
99) Morphology of complexes formed between beta-lactoglobulin nano fibrils and pectins is influenced by the pH and structural characteristics of the pectins. Hettiarachchi, Charith A; Melton, Laurence D; Williams, Martin A K; et al. Biopolymers, 105: 819, 2016.
98) Measuring the interaction between a pair of emulsion droplets using dual-trap optical tweezers. Griffiths M, Raudsepp A, McGrath K, Williams MAK. RSC Advances, 6: 14538, 2016.
97) Structure and Properties of a Non-processive, Salt-requiring, and Acidophilic Pectin Methylesterase from Aspergillus niger Provide Insights into the Key Determinants of Processivity Control. Kent LM, Loo TS, Melton LD, Mercadante D, Williams MAK, Jameson GB, Journal of Biological Chemistry, 291(3): 1289-1306, 2016.
96) β-Lactoglobulin nanofibrils can be assembled into nanotapes via site-specific interactions with pectin. Hettiarachchi CA, Melton LD, McGillivray DJ, Loveday SM, Gerrard JA, Williams MAK. Soft Matter, 12(3): 756-768, 2016.
95) On the properties of residual dipolar coupling alignment tensors: Simulations illuminate how the residual dipolar couplings depend on the relative orientations of the magnetic field, the director of the alignment phase and the bond vectors, Lepper CP, Williams MAK, Edwards PJB, Concepts in Magnetic Resonance Part A, 45A (5), e21417, 2016.
94) ZnO/PVP nanoparticles induce gelation in type I collagen, Lian J, Agban Y, Cheong S, Kuchel RP, Raudsepp A, Williams MA, Rupenthal ID, Henning A, Tilley RD, Holmes G, Prabakar S, European Polymer Journal, 75, 399-405, 2016.
93) Controlling gelation with sequence: Towards programmable peptide hydrogels. Medini, K., Mansel, B.W., Williams, M.A., Brimble, M.A., Williams, D.E. and Gerrard, J.A., Acta biomaterialia, 43, pp.30-37, 2016.
92) Developing a video tracking method to study interactions between close pairs of optically trapped particles in three dimensions. Raudsepp A, Griffiths M. Sutherland-Smith AJ, Williams MAK, Applied Optics. 54(32): 9518-9527, 2015.
91) DNA visualization in single molecule studies carried out with optical tweezers: Covalent versus non-covalent attachment of fluorophores. Suei S, Raudsepp A, Kent LM, Keen SAJ, Filichev VV, Williams MAK. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, 466(2): 226-231, 2015.
90) Zooming in: Structural Investigations of Rheologically Characterized Hydrogen-Bonded Low-Methoxyl Pectin Networks. Mansel BW, Chu C-Y, Leis A, Hemar Y, Chen H-L, Lundin L, Williams MAK. Biomacromolecules, 16(10): 3209-3216, 2015.
89) Internal stress drives slow glassy dynamics and quake-like behaviour in ionotropic pectin gels. Mansel BW, Williams MAK. Soft Matter, 11(35): 7016-7023, 2015.
88) Structural mechanism of complex assemblies: characterisation of beta-lactoglobulin and pectin interactions. Xu AY, Melton LD, Jameson GB, Williams MAK, McGillivray DJ. Soft Matter, 11(34): 6790-6799, 2015.
87) Characterization of gold kiwifruit pectin from fruit of different maturities and extraction methods, Yuliarti O, Matia-Merino L, Goh KKT, Mawson J, Williams MAK and Brennan C, Food Chemistry, 166: 479-485, 2015
86) Processive pectin methylesterases: the role of electrostatic potential, breathing motions and bond cleavage in the rectification of Brownian motions. Mercadante, D., L. D. Melton, G. B. Jameson and M. A. Williams. PloS one 9(2): e87581, 2014.
85) Rotating angled plate diffusing wave spectroscopy. Raudsepp, A., A. Sutherland–Smith and M. Williams, International Journal of Nanotechnology 11(5): 573-582, 2014.
84) Versatile multi-functionalization of protein nanofibrils for biosensor applications, Sasso, L., S. Suei, L. Domigan, J. Healy, V. Nock, B. Williams and J. Gerrard Nanoscale. 6(3), 1629-1634, 2014
83) Characterization of Charged Functional Domains Introduced into a Modified Pectic Homogalacturonan by an Acidic Plant Pectin Methylesterase ( Ficus awkeotsang Makino) and Modeling of Enzyme Mode of Action, Kim, Y., M. A. Williams, J. T. Tzen, G. A. Luzio, A. L. Galant and R. G. Cameron. Food Hydrocolloids. 39, 319-329, 2014.
82) Coupled solid phase extraction and microparticle-based stability and purity-indicating immunosensor for the determination of recombinant human myelin basic protein in transgenic milk Al-Ghobashy, M. A., M. A. Williams, G. Laible and D. R. Harding. Talanta. 109, 7-12, 2013.
81) Nanostructural modification of a model homogalacturonan with a novel pectin methylesterase: Effects of pH on nanostructure, enzyme mode of action and substrate functionality. Kim, Y., M. A. Williams, A. L. Galant, G. A. Luzio, B. J. Savary, P. Vasu and R. G. Cameron, Food Hydrocolloids. 33(1), 132-141, 2013.
80) An exploration of the microrheological environment around the distal ileal villi and proximal colonic mucosa of the possum (Trichosurus vulpecula). Lim, Y., M. Williams, R. Lentle, P. Janssen, B. Mansel, S. Keen and P. Chambers Journal of The Royal Society Interface, 10(81), 20121008, 2013.
79) A Practical Review of Microrheological Techniques, Mansel, B. W., S. Keen, P. J. Patty, Y. Hemar and M. A. Williams. In Rheology-New Concepts, Applications and Methods. IntechOpen, 2013.
78) Substrate Dynamics in Enzyme Action: Rotations of Monosaccharide Subunits in the Binding Groove are Essential for Pectin Methylesterase Processivity. Mercadante, D., L. D. Melton, G. B. Jameson, M. A. Williams and A. De Simone. Biophysical Journal 104(8): 1731-1739, 2013.
77) Stereoselective Aggregation of Chiral Complexes with Threefold-Symmetric Pendant Carboxyl Groups: An Example of “Perfect” Self-Assembly Not Seen in the Crystalline State? Telfer, S., M. Waterland, B. Williams, J. Hall, J. Fischer and P. Patty RSC Advances 3 (31), 12648-12654, 2013.
76) Investigating the relationship between network mechanics and single-chain extension using biomimetic polysaccharide gels, E. Schuster, L. Lundin and M.A.K. Williams, Macromolecules, 45, 4863-4869, 2012.
75) Innovative enzymatic approach to resolve homogalacturonans based on their methylesterification pattern Marie Ralet, Martin A.K. Williams, Abrisham Tanhatan-Nasseri, David Ropartz, Bernard Quemener, Estelle Bonnin, Biomacromolecules, 13, 1615-1624, 2012.
74) Bovine beta-lactoglobulin is dimeric under imitative physiological conditions: dissociation equilibrium and rate constants over the pH range of 2.5 to 7.5, D. Mercadante, L.D. Melton, G.E. Norris, T.S. Loo, M.A.K. Williams, R.C.J. Dobson, G.B. Jameson, Biophysical Journal, 103, 303-312, 2012.
73) Facilitating high-force single-polysaccharide stretching using covalent attachment of one end of the chain, Abdenor Fellah, Naser Belmiloud, Richard G. Haverkamp, Yacine Hemar, Don Otter and Martin A.K. Williams, Carbohydr. Polym, 87, 806-815, 2012.
72) Rheo-NMR studies of a nematic worm-like micelle system in a high-shear-rate regime, Chris Lepper, Parick J.B. Edwards, R. Dykstra and Martin A.K. Williams, Soft Matter, 7(21), 10291-10298, 2011.
71) Using SAXS to Reveal the Degree of Bundling in the Polysaccharide Junction Zones of Microrheologically Distinct Pectin Gels, Erich Schuster, Aurelie Cucheval, Leif Lundin and Martin A.K. Williams, Biomacromolecules, 12(7), 2583-2590, 2011.
70) Towards polysaccharide handles for single molecule exeriments: Spectroscopic evidence for the selective covalent coupling of terminal sugar residues to desired substrates, Abdenor Fellah, Padmesh Anjukandi, Yacine Hemar, Don Otter and Martin A.K. Williams, Carbohydr. Polym, 86(1), 105-111, 2011.
69) CZE with on-line micellar sample stacking for determination of protein concentration of biopharmaceuticals, Medhat A Al-Ghobashy, Martin A.K. Williams, Gotz Laible and David R.K. Harding, Chromatographia, 73(11-12), 1145-1153, 2011.
68) Nanoparticles Meet Metallo-Supramolecular Chemistry: Mechanically Interlocked Gold and Silver Nanoparticles, Carl A. Otter, Philipus J. Patty, Martin A. K. Williams, Mark R. Waterland and Shane G. Telfer, Nanoscale, 3, 941, 2011.
67) Enzymatic modification of a model homogalacturonan with the thermally tolerant pectin methylesterase from Citrus 1. Nanostructural characterization, enzyme mode of action, and effect of pH, Randall G. Cameron, Gary A. Luzio, Prasanna Vasu, Brett J. Savary and Martin A.K. Williams, J. Agr. Food Chem., 59(6), 2717-2724, 2011.
66) Facilitating nanomechanical measurements on physisorbed biopolymers with automated on-the-fly monitoring of single-molecule force curves, Naser Belmiloud, Abdenor Fellah, Richard G. Haverkamp and Martin A.K. Williams, Advanced Science Letters, 4, 1-4, 2011.
65) On the sulfation pattern of polysaccharides in the extracellular matrix of sheep with chondrodysplasia, S.A. Piripi, M.A.K. Williams*, K.G. Thompson, Cartilage, 2(1), 36-39, 2011.
64) Insights into the potential functionality of single-chain force-induced conformational transitions in polymer networks: Implications for polysaccharide signaling in the plant cell wall, E. Schuster, L. Lundin and M.A.K. Williams, Phys. Rev. E, 82, 5, 051927, 2010.
63) Rheo-NMR studies of the behaviour of a nematic liquid crystal in a low-shear-rate regime: the transition from director alignment to reorientation, C. Lepper,P.J.B. Edwards, E. Schuster, J. R. Brown, R. Dykstra, P.T. Callaghan, and M.A.K. Williams, Phys. Rev. E, 82, 4, 041712, 2010.
62) Extracting intramolecular sequence information from intermolecular distributions: highly non-random methylester substitution patterns in homogalacturonans generated by pectinmethylesterase, Martin A.K. Williams, Aurelie Cucheval, Abrisham Tanhatan Nasseri, Marie-Christine Ralet, Biomacromolecules, 11(6), 1667-1675, 2010.
61) Langevin Dynamics Simulations Reveal Biologically Relevant Folds Arising from the Incorporation of a Torsional Potential, Padmesh Anjukandi, Gerald G. Pereira and Martin A. K. Williams, Journal of Theoretical Biology, 265(3), 245-249, 2010.
60) Effects of weaning and infection with Teladorsagia circumcincta on mucin carbohydrate profiles of early weaned lambs. V.C. Hoang, M.A.K. Williams, H.V. Simpson. Vetinary Parasitology, 171, 354-360, 2010.
59) Monosaccharide composition of fundic and duodenal mucins in sheep infected with Haemonchus contortus or Teladorsagia circumcincta. V.C. Hoang, M.A.K. Williams, H.V. Simpson, Vetinary Parasitology, 170, 253-261, 2010.
58) Rheo-NMR Studies of an Enzymatic Reaction: Evidence of a Shear-Stable Macromolecular System, P.J.B. Edwards, M. Kakubayashi, R. Dykstra, S.M. Pascal and M.A.K. Williams, Biophysical Journal, 98(9), 1-9, 2010.
57) Probing the interaction between recombinant human myelin basic protein and caseins using surface Plasmon resonance and diffusing wave spectroscopy, Medhat AlGobashy, Aurélie S.B. Cucheval, Martin A. K. Williams, Goetz Laible and D.R.K. Harding, J Molecular Recognition, 23, 84-92, 2010.
56) Effects of parasitism on gastrointestinal mucins of sheep, V.C. Hoang, H.V. Simpson, M.A.K. Williams and D.C. Simcock, New Zealand Journal of Zoology, 36(4), 479-480, 2009.
55) Determining the degree of methylesterification of pectin by ATR/FT-IR: Methodology optimisation and comparison with theoretical calculations ; A. Fellah, P. Anjukandi, M.R. Waterland and M.A.K.Williams. Carbohydr. Polym, 78(4), 847-853, 2009.
54) Multiple Particle Tracking Investigations of Acid Milk Gels using Tracer Particles with Designed Surface Chemistries and Comparison with Diffusing Wave Spectroscopy Studies Aurélie S.B. Cucheval, Romaric R. Vincent, Yacine Hemar, Don Otter, Martin A. K. Williams, Langmuir,25(19), 11827-11834, 2009.
53) Direct measurements of interfacial interactions between pectin and k-casein and implications for the stabilization of calcium-free casein micelle mimics, Aurélie S.B. Cucheval, M AlGobashy, Yacine Hemar, Don Otter, Martin A. K. Williams, J. Colloid and Interface Science, 338(2), 450-462, 2009.
52) Electrophoretic behaviour of co-polymeric galacturonans including comments on the information content of the intermolecular charge distribution, Martin A.K. Williams, Aurelie Cucheval, Anna Ström, Marie-Christine Ralet,, Biomacromolecules, 10(6), 1523-1531, 2009.
51) Microrheological investigations give insights into the microstructure and functionality of pectin gels, Romaric R. Vincent and Martin A. K. Williams, Carbohydr. Res., 344(14), 1863-1871, 2009.
50) Bio-inspired network optimization in soft materials – Insights from the plant cell wall, R.R. Vincent, A.Cucheval, Y.Hemar and M.A.K.Williams, Eur Phys J E, 28(1), 79-87, 2009.
49) On-line casein micelle disruption for downstream purification of recombinant human myelin basic protein produced in the milk of transgenic cows, M.A. Al-Ghobashy, M.A.K. Williams, B. Brophy et al., Journal of Chromatography B– Analytical Technologies in Biomedical and the Life Sciences, 877(16-17), 1667-1677, 2009.
48) Diffusing wave spectroscopy investigations of acid milk gels containing pectin, A. Cucheval R.R. Vincent Y. Hemar, D. Otter and M.A.K. Williams. Colloid and Polymer Science, 287(6), 695-704, 2009.
47) Factors affecting the performance of capillary isoelectric focusing in dynamically coated capillaries using polyethylene oxide. M.A. Al-Ghobashy, M.A.K. Williams and D.R.K. Harding, Analytical Letters, 41, 1-18, 2008.
46) Demethylation of a model homogalacturonan with a salt-independent pectin methylesterase from citrus: I. Effect of pH on demethylated block size, block number and enzyme mode of action. R.G. Cameron, G.A. Luzio, K. Goodner and M.A.K. Williams, Carbohydr. Polym., 71 (2), 287-299, 2008.
45) Stretching single polysaccharide molecules using AFM: A potential method for the investigation of the intermolecular uronate distribution of alginate? M.A.K. Williams, A.T. Marshall, R.G. Haverkamp, K.I. Draget, Food Hydrocolloids, 22, 18–23, 2008.
44) Microrheological studies offer insights into polysaccharide gels. M.A.K. Williams, R.R. Vincent, D.N. Pinder and Y. Hemar, Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics, 149, 63-70, 2008.
43) Entropic and Enthalpic Contributions to the Chair-Boat Conformational Transformation in Dextran under Single Molecule Stretching. Richard G. Haverkamp, Aaron T. Marshall and Martin A. K. Williams, J. Phys. Chem. B, 111, 13653-13657, 2007.
42) Microrheological studies reveal semiflexible networks in gels of a ubiquitous cell wall polysaccharide. R.R. Vincent, D.N. Pinder, Y. Hemar and M.A. K. Williams, Phys. Rev. E, 76, 031909, 2007.
41) Investigation of the effects of fine structure on the nanomechanical properties of pectin. M.A.K. Williams, A.T. Marshall, P.Anjukandi and R.G. Haverkamp, Phys. Rev. E, 76, 021927, 2007.
40) Model for stretching elastic biopolymers which exhibit conformational transitions. R.G. Haverkamp, A.T. Marshall and M.A.K. Williams, Phys. Rev. E, 75, 021907, 2007.
39) Influence of pectin fine structure on the mechanical properties of calcium-pectin and acid-pectin gels. A. Strom, P. Ribelles, L. Lundin, I.T. Norton, E.R. Morris and M.A.K. Williams Biomacromolecules, 8, 2668-2674, 2007.
38) Viscosity, swelling and starch leaching during the early stages of pasting of normal and waxy rice starch suspensions containing different milk protein ingredients. A. Noisuwan, Y. Hemar, J. E. Bronlund, B. Wilkinson and M.A.K. Williams, Starch / Stärke, 59, 379–387, 2007.
37) On the simulation of enzymatic digest patterns: The fragmentation of oligomeric and polymeric galacturonides by endo-polygalacturonase II. J.J. Hunt, R. Cameron, M.A.K. Williams, Biochimica et Biophysica Acta, 1760, 1696–1703, 2006.
36) Resolution of the structural isomers of partially methylesterified oligogalacturonides by polysaccharide analysis using carbohydrate gel electrophoresis. F. Goubet, A. Ström, B. Quemener, E. Stephens, M.A.K. Williams, P. Dupree, Glycobiology, 16 (1), 29-35, 2006.
35) Fine structure modification of pectin – analytical characterisation and rheological implications, A. Ström, L. Lundin, I.T. Norton, E.R. Morris and M.A.K. Williams, in Gums and Stabilsers for the Food Industry 13, ed. P.A.Williams and G.O.Phillips, Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, 2006.
34) Capillary electrophoresis of homogeneous pectin fractions, A. Ström, M-C. Ralet, J-F. Thibault and M.A.K. Williams, Carbohydr. Polym., 60, 467-473, 2005.
33) Stretching single molecules of connective tissue glycans to characterize their shape-maintaining elasticity, R.G. Haverkamp, M.A.K. Williams and J.E. Scott, Biomacromolecules, 6 (3), 1816-1818, 2005.
32) An investigation of pectin methylesterification patterns by two independent methods: capillary electrophoresis and polysaccharide analysis using carbohydrate gel electrophoresis, F. Goubet, A. Ström, P. Dupree and M.A.K. Williams, Carbohydr. Res., 340 (6), 1193-1199, 2005.
31) Water T2 relaxation in sugar solutions, D. Fabri, M.A.K. Williams and T.K. Halstead, Carbohyr. Res., 340 (5), 889-905, 2005.
30) On the separation, detection and quantification of pectin derived oligosaccharides by capillary electrophoresis, A. Ström and M.A.K. Williams, Carbohyr. Res., 339 (10), 1711-1716, 2004.
29) Controlled calcium release in the absence and presence of an ion-binding polymer, A. Ström, M.A.K.Williams, J. Phys. Chem.,107 (40), 10995-10999, 2003.
28) Phase separation and food structure; L. Lundin, M.Williams and T Foster, in Texture in Food Volume 1: Semi-Solid Food, ed. B.M. McKenna, Woodhead Publishing Limited, July 2003.
27) Elucidation of pectin methyl-ester distributions by capillary electrophoresis, M.A.K.Williams, T.J.Foster, H.A.Schols, J. Agr. Food Chem., 51(7), 1777-1782, 2003.
26) Molecular interactions in, and rheological properties of, a mixed biopolymer system undergoing order / disorder transitions, I. Haug, M.A.K. Williams, L. Lundin, O. Smidsrød and K.I. Draget, Food Hydrocolloids, 17, 439-444, 2003.
25) A novel enzyme activity involving the de-methylation of specific partially methylated oligogalacturonides, M.A.K. Williams and J.A.E. Benen, Biochem.J., 367 (2), 511-515, 2002.
24) Analysis of partially methyl-esterified galacturonic acid oligomers by capillary electrophoresis, M.A.K. Williams, G.M.C. Buffet and T.J. Foster, Anal. Biochem., 301 (1), 117-122, 2002.
23) A molecular description of the gelation mechanism of curdlan, M.A.K. Williams, T.J. Foster, I.T. Norton, H. Zhang and K. Nishinari, Int. J. Biol. Macromol., 30 (1), 7-16, 2002.
22) Capillary electrophoresis as a tool for the characterisation of pectin fine structure, M.A.K. Williams, G.M.C. Buffet and T.J. Foster, in Gums and Stabilisers for the Food Industry, Volume 11, RSC, Cambridge University Press, 2002.
21) Versatile thermoelectric devices for precise, rapid or slow, heating or cooling of samples: UV-Vis and NMR spectroscopic applications, M.A.K. Williams,D. Fabri,T.K. Halstead and C.D. Hubbard,Instrum. Sci. Technol., 29 (5), 367-382, 2001.
20) Simulation of endo-PG digest patterns and implications for the determination of pectin fine structure, M.A.K. Williams, GMC Buffet, T.J. Foster and I.T. Norton, Carbohyr. Res., 334 (3), 243-250, 2001.
19) A study of the gelation of the polysaccharide curdlan, H. Zhang, K. Nishinari, T.J. Foster, M.A.K. Williams and I.T. Norton, Studies in Surface Science and Catalysis, 132, 65-68, 2001.
18) Kinetics of droplet growth in gelatin / maltodextrin mixtures following thermal quenching, M.A.K. Williams, D. Fabri, C.D. Hubbard, L. Lundin, T.J. Foster, A.H. Clark, I.T. Norton, N. Lorén and A-M. Hermansson, Langmuir, 17 (11), 3412-3418, 2001.
17) Gelation behaviour of konjac glucomannan with different molecular weights, H. Zhang, M. Yoshimura, K. Nishinari, M.A.K. Williams, T.J. Foster and I.T. Norton, Biopolymers, 59 (1), 38-50, 2001.
16) Phase separation induced by conformational ordering of gelatin in gelatin / maltodextrin mixtures, N. Lorén, A.M. Hermansson, M.A.K. Williams, L. Lundin, T.J. Foster, C.D. Hubbard, A.H. Clark, I.T. Norton, E.T. Bergstrom and D.M. Goodall, Macromolecules, 34 (2), 289-297, 2001.
15) A turbidimetric study of phase separating biopolymer mixtures during thermal ramping, P. Aymard, M.A.K. Williams, A.H. Clark and I.T. Norton, Langmuir, 16 (19), 7383-7391, 2001.
14) A molecular description of the gelation mechanism of konjac mannan, M.A.K. Williams, T.J. Foster, D.R. Martin, I.T. Norton, M. Yoshimura and K. Nishinari, Biomacromolecules, 1 (3), 440-450, 2000.
13) Phase separation of biopolymer mixtures, L. Lundin, T.J. Foster, M.A.K. Williams, I.T. Norton and E.T. Bergstrom, in Gums and Stabilisers for the Food Industry, Volume 10, RSC, Cambridge University Press, 2000.
12) Relationship between pore structure and 1H NMR relaxation times in TiO2 / poly (dimethylsiloxane) and CaCO3 / poly(dimethylsiloxane) composite powders, F.M. Vichi, F. Galembeck T.K. Halstead and M.A.K. Williams, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., 74 (11), 2660-2666, 1999.
11) The energy barrier to reorientational motion of the trifluoromethyl group in lithium trifluoromethanesulfonate and its complex with poly (ethylene oxide): a comparison between modelling and NMR relaxation measurements, E.A. Moore, M. Mortimer, C. Wigglesworth, M.A.K. Williams, Chem. Phys. Lett., 308 (5-6), 503-508, 1999.
10) Capillary electrophoresis studies of pectins, H.J. Zhong, M.A.K. Williams, D.M. Goodall and M. Hanson, Carbohydr. Res., 308 (1-2), 1-8, 1998.
9) A 2H NMR lineshape study of -CH3 group dynamics in pectin gels, M.A.K. Williams, R.D. Keenan and T.K. Halstead, Food Hydrocolloids, 12 (1), 89-94, 1998.
8) An analytical form for T2 dispersions arising from diffusive exchange, M.A.K. Williams and T.K. Halstead, Mol. Phys., 93 (4), 609-613, 1998.
7) A non-linear regression method for the analysis of 1H T2 dispersion curves including comments on the role of polydispersity, M.A.K. Williams, R.D. Keenan and T.K. Halstead, Magn. Reson. Chem., 36 (3), 163-173, 1998.
6) Separation and quantification of pectins using capillary electrophoresis: a preliminary study, H.J. Zhong, M.A.K. Williams, R.D. Keenan and D.M. Goodall, Carbohydr. Polym., 32 (1), 27, 1997.
5) 7Li nuclear magnetic spin-lattice relaxation investigation of lithium trifluoromethanesulfonate and its complex with poly (ethylene oxide), M. Mortimer, E.A. Moore and M.A.K. Williams, J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans., 92 (24), 5043, 1996.
4) A 2H spin-lattice relaxation study of -NH3 group dynamics in polycrystalline L-alanine, M.A.K. Williams, R.D. Keenan and T.K. Halstead, Solid State Nucl. Mag., 6 (1), 47, 1996.
3) The use of NMR in characterizing biopolymer mixtures, M.A.K. Williams, R.D. Keenan and T.K. Halstead, in Biopolymer Mixtures, Nottingham University Press, Eds Hill, Harding and Mitchell, 1995.
2) Nuclear magnetic relaxation study of poly (ethylene oxide) complexed with lithium trifluoromethanesulfonate, M. Mortimer, E.A. Moore and M.A.K. Williams, J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans., 91(17), 2871, 1995.
1) 19F nuclear magnetic resonance spin-lattice relaxation study of polycrystalline lithium trifluoromethanesulfonate, including comments on cross-correlation, M. Mortimer, E.A. Moore and M.A.K. Williams, J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans., 88 (16), 2393, 1992.