Peter M Bramley
Peter M Bramley
Professor of Biochemistry, Royal Holloway
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The relative antioxidant activities of plant-derived polyphenolic flavonoids
CA Rice-evans, NJ Miller, PG Bolwell, PM Bramley, JB Pridham
Free radical research 22 (4), 375-383, 1995
The biosynthesis and nutritional uses of carotenoids
PD Fraser, PM Bramley
Progress in lipid research 43 (3), 228-265, 2004
Antioxidant activities of carotenes and xanthophylls
NJ Miller, J Sampson, LP Candeias, PM Bramley, CA Rice-Evans
FEBS letters 384 (3), 240-242, 1996
Chemical derivatization and mass spectral libraries in metabolic profiling by GC/MS and LC/MS/MS
JM Halket, D Waterman, AM Przyborowska, RKP Patel, PD Fraser, ...
Journal of experimental botany 56 (410), 219-243, 2005
Carotenoid biosynthesis during tomato fruit development (evidence for tissue-specific gene expression)
PD Fraser, MR Truesdale, CR Bird, W Schuch, PM Bramley
Plant physiology 105 (1), 405-413, 1994
Evaluation of transgenic tomato plants expressing an additional phytoene synthase in a fruit-specific manner
PD Fraser, S Romer, CA Shipton, PB Mills, JW Kiano, N Misawa, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of sciences 99 (2), 1092-1097, 2002
Elevation of the provitamin A content of transgenic tomato plants
S Römer, PD Fraser, JW Kiano, CA Shipton, N Misawa, W Schuch, ...
Nature biotechnology 18 (6), 666-669, 2000
Is lycopene beneficial to human health?
PM Bramley
Phytochemistry 54 (3), 233-236, 2000
Fruit-specific RNAi-mediated suppression of DET1 enhances carotenoid and flavonoid content in tomatoes
GR Davuluri, A Van Tuinen, PD Fraser, A Manfredonia, R Newman, ...
Nature biotechnology 23 (7), 890-895, 2005
Regulation of carotenoid formation during tomato fruit ripening and development
PM Bramley
Journal of experimental botany 53 (377), 2107-2113, 2002
Why Do We Expect Carotenoids to be Antioxidants in vivo?
CA Rice-Evans, J Sampson, PM Bramley, DE Holloway
Free radical research 26 (4), 381-398, 1997
Constitutive expression of a fruit phytoene synthase gene in transgenic tomatoes causes dwarfism by redirecting metabolites from the gibberellin pathway
RG Fray, A Wallace, PD Fraser, D Valero, P Hedden, PM Bramley, ...
The Plant Journal 8 (5), 693-701, 1995
Application of high‐performance liquid chromatography with photodiode array detection to the metabolic profiling of plant isoprenoids
PD Fraser, MES Pinto, DE Holloway, PM Bramley
The Plant Journal 24 (4), 551-558, 2000
Manipulation of the blue light photoreceptor cryptochrome 2 in tomato affects vegetative development, flowering time, and fruit antioxidant content
L Giliberto, G Perrotta, P Pallara, JL Weller, PD Fraser, PM Bramley, ...
Plant Physiology 137 (1), 199-208, 2005
Metabolic engineering of the mevalonate and non‐mevalonate isopentenyl diphosphate‐forming pathways for the production of health‐promoting isoprenoids in tomato
EMA Enfissi, PD Fraser, LM Lois, A Boronat, W Schuch, PM Bramley
Plant Biotechnology Journal 3 (1), 17-27, 2005
PlantProm: a database of plant promoter sequences
IA Shahmuradov, AJ Gammerman, JM Hancock, PM Bramley, ...
Nucleic acids research 31 (1), 114-117, 2003
Identification and quantification of carotenoids, tocopherols and chlorophylls in commonly consumed fruits and vegetables
J Burns, PD Fraser, PM Bramley
Phytochemistry 62 (6), 939-947, 2003
Manipulation of phytoene levels in tomato fruit: effects on isoprenoids, plastids, and intermediary metabolism
PD Fraser, EMA Enfissi, JM Halket, MR Truesdale, D Yu, C Gerrish, ...
The Plant Cell 19 (10), 3194-3211, 2007
Using antisense RNA to study gene function: inhibition of carotenoid biosynthesis in transgenic tomatoes
CR Bird, JA Ray, JD Fletcher, JM Boniwell, AS Bird, C Teulieres, I Blain, ...
Bio/technology 9 (7), 635-639, 1991
Metabolic engineering of ketocarotenoid formation in higher plants
L Ralley, EMA Enfissi, N Misawa, W Schuch, PM Bramley, PD Fraser
The Plant Journal 39 (4), 477-486, 2004
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