Stefan Bienz Department of Chemistry, University of Zurich, Switzerland
1 protocol

Yvonne Forster Department of Chemistry, University of Zurich, Switzerland
1 protocol

Abdul Ghaffar
  • Department of Chemistry, Baghdad-ul-Jadeed Campus, The Islamia University of Bahawalpur, Pakistan
Research focus
  • Plant science
  • 1 Author merit


M.Phil, Department of Chemistry, Bughdad ul Jadeed campus, The Islamia university of Bahawalpur, Pakistan, 2010

Current position

Ph.D student, Department of chemistry, The islamia university of Bahawalpur, Pakistan, 2011-2016


  1. Forster, Y., Ghaffar, A. and Bienz, S. (2016). A new view on the codonocarpine type alkaloids of Capparis decidua. Phytochemistry 128: 50-59.
  2. Tahir, M. N., Qamar, R., Adnan, A., Ghaffar, A., Jun, B. H., Yu, J. H. and Jung, S. (2014). Mild, Selective Oxidation of Aromatic Alcohols Using β-Cyclodextrin-Functionalized Glass Microparticles: Characterization, Stability, and Application. Synthetic Communications 44: 589–599.
  3. Jallat, K.,  Saleem, M., Riaz, N., Nazir, M., Jabbar, A., Ashraf, M., Ismail, T., Ghaffar, A. and Arshad, M. (2015). Dopamines and tyramines derived amides from Suaeda fruiticosa. Chem Soc Pak 37(01): 111.
1 Protocol published
Chromatographic Separation of the Codonocarpine Type Alkaloids from the Root Bark of Capparis decidua
Authors:  Yvonne Forster, Abdul Ghaffar and Stefan Bienz, date: 02/20/2017, view: 5460, Q&A: 0
Various parts of the caper tree Capparis decidua have found application in traditional medicine. The isolation and structural elucidation of the codonocarpine type alkaloids contained in the root bark, however, is not trivial and has ...
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