Paul D. Fraser
  • Biochemistry department, Royal Holloway University of London, United Kingdom
  • Cell biology


Ph.D in Biochemistry, Royal Holloway University of London (RHUL), England

Current position

University of London Professor in Biochemistry
Head of Plant Molecular Sciences RHUL
Coordinator FP7 DISCO project (
Coordinator ERA-IB PROCAR
WP Leader FP7 MultiBioPro (
WP Leader TomGem (
Work group leader COST ACTION CA15136 (
Vice-Chair COSTACTION FA1006 (


  1. Mortimer, C. L., Misawa, N., Ducreux, L., Campbell, R., Bramley, P. M., Taylor, M. and Fraser, P. D. (2016). Product stability and sequestration mechanisms in Solanum tuberosum engineered to biosynthesize high value ketocarotenoids. Plant Biotechnol J 14(1): 140-152.
  2. Perez-Fons, L., Wells, T., Corol, D. I., Ward, J. L., Gerrish, C., Beale, M. H., Seymour, G. B., Bramley, P. M. and Fraser, P. D. (2014). A genome-wide metabolomic resource for tomato fruit from Solanum pennellii. Sci Rep 4: 3859.
  3. Jones, M. O., Perez-Fons, L., Robertson, F. P., Bramley, P. M. and Fraser, P. D. (2013). Functional characterization of long-chain prenyl diphosphate synthases from tomato. Biochem J 449(3): 729-740.
  4. Mora, L., Bramley, P. M. and Fraser, P. D. (2013). Development and optimisation of a label-free quantitative proteomic procedure and its application in the assessment of genetically modified tomato fruit. Proteomics 13(12-13): 2016-2030.
  5. Nogueira, M., Mora, L., Enfissi, E. M., Bramley, P. M. and Fraser, P. D. (2013). Subchromoplast sequestration of carotenoids affects regulatory mechanisms in tomato lines expressing different carotenoid gene combinations. Plant Cell 25(11): 4560-4579.