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Pillai, Goonaseelan and Chibale, Kelly and Constable, Edwin C. and Keller, Akiko N. and Gutierrez, Marcelo M. and Mirza, Fareed and Sengstag, Christian and Masimirembwa, Collen and Denti, Paolo and Maartens, Gary and Ramsay, Michèle and Ogutu, Bernhards and Makonnen, Eyasu and Gordon, Richard and Ferreira, Carlos Gil and Goldbaum, Fernando Alberto and Degrave, Wim M. S. and Spector, Jonathan and Tadmor, Brigitta and Kaiser, Hedwig J.. (2018) The Next Generation Scientist program: capacity-building for future scientific leaders in low- and middle-income countries. BMC Medical Education, 18. p. 233.

Kelly EJ, Erickson K. E. and Sengstag C, Eaton D. L.. (2001) Expression of human microsomal epoxide hydrolase in Saccharomyces cerevisiae reveals a functional role in aflatoxin B1 detoxification. Toxicological sciences, Vol. 65, no. 1. pp. 35-42.

Hübner, P. and Groux, P. M. and Weibel, B. and Sengstag, C. and Horlbeck, J. and Leong-Morgenthaler, P. M. and Lüthy, J.. (1997) Genotoxicity of ethyl carbamate (urethane) in Salmonella, yeast and human lymphoblastoid cells. Mutation research, Vol. 390. pp. 11-19.

Sengstag, C.. (1997) The molecular mechanism of aflatoxin B1-induced liver cancer : is mitotic recombination involved? Molecular carcinogenesis, Vol. 19. pp. 147-152.

Sengstag, C. and Würgler, F. E.. (1995) DNA recombination induced by aflatoxin B1 activated by cytochrome P450 1A enzymes. Molecular carcinogenesis, Vol. 11. pp. 227-235.

Eugster, H. P. and Probst, M. and Würgler, F. E. and Sengstag, C.. (1993) Caffeine, estradiol, and progesterone interact with human CYP1A1 and CYP1A2 : evidence from cDNA-directed expression in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Drug metabolism and disposition, Vol. 21, H. 1. pp. 43-49.

Sengstag, C. and Arber, W.. (1987) A cloned DNA fragment from bacteriophage P1 enhances IS2 insertion. Molecular and general genetics, Vol. 206, no. 2. pp. 344-351.

Sengstag, C. and Iida, S. and Hiestand-Nauer, R. and Arber, W.. (1986) Terminal inverted repeats of prokaryotic transposable element IS186 which can generate duplications of variable length at an identical target sequence. Gene, Vol. 49, H. 1. pp. 153-156.

Arber, W. and Sengstag, C. and Caspers, P. and Dalrymple, B.. (1985) Evolutionary relevance of genetic rearrangements involving plasmids. Basic life sciences, vol. 30. pp. 21-31.

Keller, B. and Sengstag, C. and Kellenberger, E. and Bickle, T. A.. (1984) Gene 68, a new bacteriophage T4 gene which codes for the 17K prohead core protein is involved in head size determination. Journal of molecular biology, Vol. 180, H. 3. pp. 415-430.

Müller, P. P. and Reif, M. K. and Zonghou, S. and Sengstag, C. and Mason, T. L. and Fox, T. D.. (1984) A nuclear mutation that post-transcriptionally blocks accumulation of a yeast mitochondrial gene product can be suppressed by a mitochondrial gene rearrangement. Journal of molecular biology, Vol. 175, H. 4. pp. 431-452.

Sengstag, C. and Arber, W.. (1983) IS2 insertion is a major cause of spontaneous mutagenesis of the bacteriophage P1 : non-random distribution of target sites. The EMBO journal, Vol. 2, H. 1. pp. 67-71.

Sengstag, C. and Shepherd, J. C. and Arber, W.. (1983) The sequence of the bacteriophage P1 genome region serving as hot target for IS2 insertion. The EMBO journal, Vol. 2, H. 10. pp. 1777-1781.