TOP 15 Papers
Williams G, Turton CWG, Green M.
Empyema presenting over thirty years after pulmonary tuberculosis.
Tubercle 1981; 62:139-141.
Williams G, Pickup JC, Clark A, Bowcock S, Cooke E, Keen H.
Changes in blood flow close to subcutaneous insulin injection sites in stable and brittle diabetics.
Diabetes 1983; 32: 466-473.
Williams G, Gill JS, Lee YC, Cardoso HM, Okpere BE, Bloom SR.
Increased neuropeptide Y concentrations in specific hypothalamic nuclei of the streptozotocin-diabetic rat.
Diabetes 1989; 38: 321-327.
McKibbin PE, Cotton SJ, McMillan S, McCarthy HD, Mayers R, Holloway B, Williams G.
Increased neuropeptide Y concentrations in specific hypothalamic regions of the obese (fa/fa) Zucker rat: possible relationship to obesity and neuroendocrine dysfunction.
Diabetes 1991; 40: 1423-1429.
Patrick AW, Bodmer CW, Tieszen KL, White MC, Williams G.
Human insulin and awareness of acute hypoglycaemic symptoms in insulin-dependent diabetes.
Lancet 1991; 338: 528-532.
Bodmer CW, Patrick AW, How TV, Williams G.
Exaggerated sensitivity to norepinephrine-induced vasoconstriction in insulin-dependent diabetic patients with microalbuminuria: possible etiologic and diagnostic implications.
Diabetes 1992; 41:209-214.
Kent L, Gill GV, Williams G.
Mortality and outcome of patients with brittle diabetes and recurrent ketoacidosis.
Lancet 1994; 344:778-781.
Dryden S, Pickavance L, Frankish HM, Williams G.
Increased neuropeptide Y secretion in the hypothalamic paraventricular nucleus of obese (fa/fa) rats.
Brain Research 1995; 690:185-188.
Leese G P, Chattington PD, Fraser WD, Vora JP, Edwards RHT, Williams G.
Short-term night-shift working mimics the pituitary-adrenocortical dysfunction in chronic fatigue syndrome.
J Clin Endoc Metab 1996; 81: 1867-70.
Wang Q, Bing C, Al-Barazanji K, Mossakowska DE, Wang X-M, Arch JRS, Trayhurn P, Williams G.
Interactions between leptin and hypothalamic neuropeptide Y neurones in the control of food intake and energy homeostasis in the rat.
Diabetes 1997; 46: 335-342.
Misleading, unscientific and unjust: the United Kingdom’s Research Assessment Exercise.
Brit Med J 1998; 316: 1079-1082.
Harrold JA, Widdowson PS, Williams G.
Altered energy balance causes selective changes in melanocortin-4 (MC4-R) but not melanocortin-3 (MC3-R) receptor in specific hypothalamic regions: further evidence that MC4-R activation is a physiological inhibitor of feeding.
Diabetes 1999; 48: 267-271
Cai XJ, Evans ML, Lister CA, Leslie RA, Arch JRS, Wilson S, Williams G.
Hypoglycemia activates orexin neurons and selectively increases hypothalamic orexin-B levels: responses inhibited by feeding and possibly mediated by the nucleus of the solitary tract.
Diabetes 2001; 50: 105-12.
Lau A, Williams G.
Reform of undergraduate medical teaching in the United Kingdom: a triumph of evangelism over common sense.
Brit Med J 2004; 329: 92-4.
What goes around, comes around.
Lancet 2012; 379: 2235-6.