Name : Dr. Zafar Ali Shah
Designation : Assistant Professor
Department : Chemistry
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1. Shah, Z. A., Hameed, A., Ahmed, A., Simjee, S. U., Jabeen, A., Ullah, A., & Shaheen, F. (2016). Cytotoxic and anti-inflammatory salicin glycosides from leaves of Salix acmophylla. Phytochemistry Letters, 17, 107-113.
2. Shah, Z. A., Jabeen, A., Soomro, S., Mesaik, M. A., Choudhary, M. I., & Shaheen, F. (2015). Solid-phase total synthesis of cyclic peptide brachystemin A and its immunomodulating activity. Turkish Journal of Chemistry, 39 (5), 930-938.
3. Shaheen, F., Jabeen, A., Ashraf, S., Nadeem?ul?Haque, M., Shah, Z. A., Ziaee, M. A., Ganesan, A. (2016). Total synthesis, structural, and biological evaluation of stylissatin A and related analogs. Journal of Peptide Science, 22(9), 607-617.
4. Afridi, S., Shaheen, F., Roetzschke, O., Shah, Z. A., Abbas, S. C., Siraj, R., & Makhmoor, T. (2015). A cyclic peptide accelerates the loading of peptide antigens in major histocompatibility complex class II molecules. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, 456 (3), 774-779
5. Shaheen, F., Rasoola, S., Shah, Z. A., Soomro, S., Jabeen, A., Mesaik, M. A., & Choudhary, M. I. (2014). Chemical constituents of Marrubium vulgare as potential inhibitors of nitric oxide and respiratory burst. Natural Product Communications, 9 (7), 903-906.

Solid-phase Synthesis of Cyclic, Linear and Branched Peptides
Synthesis of One-Bead-One-Compound (OBOC) and One-Bead-Two-Compounds (OB2C) Combinatorial Libraries of Cyclic Peptides and Ligand Bind Linear Peptides in Search of Novel Medicinal Agents.
Isolation of Secondary Metabolites from Salix acmophylla Bioss and Olea ferruginea Royle.

1. Combinatorial Chemistry
2. Natural Product Chemistry

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