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Guevara Soto, M; Vidondo, B; Vaughan, L; Rubin, J-F; Segner, H; Samartin, S; Schmidt-Posthaus, H (2016). Investigations into the temporal development of epitheliocystis infections in brown trout: a histological study. Journal of Fish Diseases, 65(6):618-624.

Fehr, A; Walther, E; Schmidt-Posthaus, H; Nufer, L; Wilson, A; Svercel, M; Richter, D; Segner, H; Pospischil, A; Vaughan, L (2013). Candidatus Syngnamydia Venezia, a novel member of the Phylum Chlamydiae from the Broad Nosed Pipefish, Syngnathus typhle. PLoS ONE, 8(8):e70853.

Schmidt-Posthaus, H; Polkinghorne, A; Nufer, L; Schifferli, A; Zimmermann, D R; Segner, H; Steiner, P; Vaughan, L (2012). A natural freshwater origin for two chlamydial species, Candidatus Piscichlamydia salmonis and Candidatus Clavochlamydia salmonicola, causing mixed infections in wild brown trout (Salmo trutta). Environmental Microbiology, 14(8):2048-2057.

Segner, H; Sundh, H; Buchmann, K; Douxfils, J; Sundell, K S; Mathieu, C; Ruane, N; Jutfelt, F; Toften, H; Vaughan, L (2012). Health of farmed fish: its relation to fish welfare and its utility as welfare indicator. Fish Physiology and Biochemistry, 38(1):85-105.

Hoby, S; Wenker, C; Robert, N; Jermann, T; Hartnack, S; Segner, H; Aebischer, C P; Liesegang, A (2010). Nutritional metabolic bone disease in juvenile veiled chameleons (Chamaeleo calyptratus) and its prevention. Journal of Nutrition, 140(11):1923-1931.

Vaughan, L; Polkinghorne, A; Schmidt-Posthaus, H; Colorni, A; Nufer, L; Schwarb, P; Genoud, C; Segner, H; Greub, G; Meijer, A; Crespo, S; Lehner, A; Pospischil, A (2010). The astounding molecular and morphological diversity amongst novel members of the order chlamydiales. In: Stary, A; Byrne, G I; Caldwell, H; Chernesky, M; Clarke, I N; Mabey, D C; Paavonen, J; Saikku, P; Schachter, J; Starnbach, M; Stephens, R S; Timms, P; Wyrick, P B. Proceedings of the Twelfth International Symposium on Human Chlamydial Infections. Lake Fuschl, Hof bei Salzburg, Austria: International Chlamydia Symposium, 357-360.

Froehlicher, M; Liedtke, A; Groh, K J; Neuhauss, S C F; Segner, H; Eggen, R I (2009). Zebrafish (Danio rerio) neuromast: Promising biological endpoint linking developmental and toxicological studies. Aquatic Toxicology, 95(4):307-319.

Froehlicher, M; Liedtke, A; Groh, K; López-Schier, H; Neuhauss, S C F; Segner, H; Eggen, R I L (2009). Estrogen receptor subtype beta2 is involved in neuromast development in zebrafish (Danio rerio) larvae. Developmental Biology, 330(1):32-43.

Shved, N; Berishvili, G; Baroiller, J F; Segner, H; Reinecke, M (2008). Environmentally relevant concentrations of 17alpha-ethinylestradiol (EE2) interfere with the growth hormone (GH)/insulin-like growth factor (IGF)-I system in developing bony fish. Toxicological Sciences, 106(1):93-102.

Nakayama, A; Riesen, I; Köllner, B; Eppler, E; Segner, H (2008). Surface marker-defined head kidney granulocytes and B lymphocytes of rainbow trout express benzo[alpha]pyrene-inducible cytochrome P4501A protein. Toxicological Sciences, 103(1):86-96.

Shved, N; Berishvili, G; D'Cotta, H; Baroiller, J F; Segner, H; Eppler, E; Reinecke, M (2007). Ethinylestradiol differentially interferes with IGF-I in liver and extrahepatic sites during development of male and female bony fish. Journal of Endocrinology, 195(3):513-523.

Kallivretaki, E; Eggen, R I L; Neuhauss, S C F; Kah, O; Segner, H (2007). The zebrafish, brain-specific, aromatase cyp19a2 is neither expressed nor distributed in a sexually dimorphic manner during sexual differentiation. Developmental Dynamics, 236(11):3155-3166.

Kallivretaki, E; Eggen, R; Neuhauss, S C F; Alberti, M; Kausch, U; Segner, H (2006). Aromatase in zebrafish: A potential target for endocrine disrupting chemicals. Marine Environmental Research, 62(S1):S187-S190.

Shved, N; Berishvili, G; D'Cotta, H; Baroiller, J F; Eppler, E; Segner, H; Reinecke, M (2005). A survey on the expression of IGF-I in the early developing bony fish with special emphasis on the tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1040(Trends in Comparative Endocrinology and Neurobiology):469-471.

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