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Trösken, Eva R; Adamska, Magdalena; Arand, Michael; Zarn, Jürg A; Patten, Christopher; Völkel, Wolfgang; Lutz, Werner K (2006). Comparison of lanosterol-14 alpha-demethylase (CYP51) of human and Candida albicans for inhibition by different antifungal azoles. Toxicology, 228(1):24-32.

Lutz, Ursula; Lugli, Serena; Bitsch, Annette; Schlatter, Josef; Lutz, Werner K (1997). Dose response for the stimulation of cell division by caffeic acid in forestomach and kidney of the male F344 rat. Toxicological Sciences, 39(2):131-137.

Fischer, Wolfgang H; Lutz, Werner K (1994). Mouse skin papilloma formation by chronic dermal application of 7, 12-dimethylbenz[a] anthracene is not reduced by diet restriction. Carcinogenesis, 15(1):129-131.

Cantoreggi, Sergio; Lutz, Werner K (1993). Covalent binding of styrene to DNA in rat and mouse. Carcinogenesis, 14(3):355-360.

Fischer, Wolfgang H; Beland, Peter E; Lutz, Werner K (1993). DNA adducts, cell proliferation and papilloma latency time in mouse skin after repeated dermal application of DMBA and TPA. Carcinogenesis, 14(7):1285-1288.

Lutz, Werner K; Schlatter, Josef (1992). Chemical carcinogens and overnutrition in diet-related cancer. Carcinogenesis, 13(12):2211-2216.

Lutz, Werner K (1990). Dose-response relationship and low dose extrapolatioin in chemical carcinogenesis. Carcinogenesis, 11(8):1243-1247.

Hegi, Monika E; Sagelsdorff, Peter; Lutz, Werner K (1989). Detection by 32P-postlabeling of thymidine glycol in γ-irradiated DNA. Carcinogenesis, 10(1):43-47.

Büsser, Marie-Therese; Lutz, Werner K (1987). Stimulation of DNA synthesis in rat and mouse liver by various tumor promoters. Carcinogenesis, 8(10):1433-1437.

Huber, Kurt W; Lutz, Werner K (1984). Methylation of DNA by incubation with methylamine and nitrite. Carcinogenesis, 5(3):403-406.

Sagelsdorff, Peter; Lutz, Werner K; Schlatter, Christian (1983). The relevance of covalent binding to mouse liver DNA to the carcinogenic action of hexachlorocyclohexane isomers. Carcinogenesis, 4(10):1267-1273.

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