List of publications

Publications in peer-reviewed scientific journals
  1. Bättig K., Driscoll P., Schlatter J. and Uster H.J.: Effects of nicotine on the exploratory locomotion patterns of female Roman High- and Low-Avoidance rats. Pharmacol. Biochem. & Behavior 4: 435- 439 (1976).
  2. Bättig K. and Schlatter J.: Effects of sex and strains on exploratory locomotion and development of nonreinforced maze patrolling. Animal Learning & Behavior 7: 99-105 (1979).
  3. Schlatter J. and Bättig K.: Differential effects of nicotine and amphetamine on locomotor activity and maze exploration in two rat lines. Psychopharmacology 64: 155-161 (1979).
  4. Schlatter J. and Bättig K.: The adrenergic role in the manifestation of nicotine effects on maze ambulation in Roman High-Avoidance and Roman Low-Avoidance rats. Brit. J. Addict. 76: 199-209 (1981).
  5. Schlatter J. and Zbinden G.: Heart rate- and ECG recording in the rat by biotelemetry. Arch. Toxicol. Suppl. 5: 179-183 (1982).
  6. Schlatter J., Elsner J. and Zbinden G.: Correlation of telemetered heart rate and locomotor behavior in cyclazocine treated rats. Neurobehav. Toxicol. Teratol. 5: 413-419 (1983).
  7. Schlatter J. und Wanner H.U.: Raumluftverunreinigungen durch Tabakrauch. Sozial- & Präventivmed. 30: 270-271 (1985).
  8. Schlatter J. und Wanner H.U.: Minimale Lüftungsraten in Innenräumen am Beispiel von Tabakrauch. Umweltmed. 8: 53-55 (1985).
  9. Schlatter J. und Wanner H.U.: Verunreinigung der Raumluft. Sozial- & Präventivmed. 31: 53-54 (1986).
  10. Schneider K.T.M. und Schlatter J.: Koffein und Schwangerschaft. Gynäkol. Prax. 10: 21-24 (1986).
  11. Schlatter J. and Lüthy J.: Occurrence and Toxicology of Phytoalexins in Plant Foodstuff. Mitt. Gebiete Lebensm. Hyg. 77: 404419 (1986).
  12. Wanner H.U. und Schlatter J.: Raumluftverunreinigungen - gesundheitliche Gefährdungen und Massnahmen. Sozial- & Präventivmed. 32: 249-250 (1987).
  13. Schlatter J.: Die toxikologische Bedeutung von Furocoumarinen in pflanzlichen Lebensmitteln. Mitt. Gebiete Lebensm. Hyg. 79: 130-143 (1988).
  14. Schlatter J. and Lutz W.K.: Toxicity of ethyl carbamate (urethane): risk assessment at human dietary levels. Fd Chem Toxic 28: 205-211 (1990).
  15. Zimmerli B. and Schlatter J.: Ethylcarbamate: analytical methodology, occurrence, formation, biological activity and risk assessment. Mutat Res. 259: 325-350 (1991).
  16. Schlatter J., Zimmerli B., Dick R., Panizzon R. and Schlatter Ch.: Dietary intake and risk assessment of phototoxic furocoumarins in humans. Fd Chem Toxic 29: 523-530 (1991).
  17. Lutz W.K., Poetsch J., Schlatter J. and Schlatter Ch.: The real role of risk assessment in cancer risk management. TIPS 12: 214-217 (1991).
  18. Würgler F.E., Friederich U. and Schlatter J.: Lack of mutagenicity of ochratoxin A and B, citrinin, patulin and cnestine in Salmonella typhimurium TA102. Mutat. Res. 261: 209-216 (1991).
  19. Baumgartner A. and Schlatter J.: Genetic Engineering in Food Production and Processing. Mitt. Gebiete Lebensm. Hyg. 83: 158-172 (1992).
  20. Schlatter J., Würgler F.E., Kränzlin R., Maier P., Holliger E. and Graf U.: The potential genotoxicity of sorbates: effects on cell cycle in vitro in V79 cells and somatic mutations in Drosophila. Fd Chem Toxic 30, 843-851 (1992).
  21. Schiffmann D. and Schlatter J.: Genotoxicity and cell transformation studies with sorbates in Syrian hamster embryo fibroblasts. Fd Chem Toxic 30, 669-672 (1992).
  22. Würgler F.E., Schlatter J. and Maier P.: The genotoxicity status of sorbic acid, potassium sorbate and sodium sorbate. Mutat. Res. 283, 107-111 (1992).
  23. Lutz W.K. and Schlatter J.: Commentary: Chemical carcinogens and overnutrition in diet-related cancer. Carcinogenesis 13, 2211-2216 (1992).
  24.  Zimmerli B. und Schlatter J.: Gesundheitsgefährdende Stoffe und Zufuhrabschätzungen (Anhang 2). Mitt. Gebiete Lebensm. Hyg. 83, 537-539 (1992).
  25. Lutz W.K. and Schlatter J.: The relative importance of mutagens and carcinogens in the diet. Pharmacology & Toxicology Vol. 72, Supplement 1, s104-s107 (1993).
  26. Maier P., Wenk-Siefert I., Schawalder H.P., Zehnder H. and Schlatter J.: Cell-cycle and ploidy analysis in bone marrow and liver cells of rats after long-term consumption of irradiated wheat. Fd Chem. Toxic. 31, 395-405 (1993).
  27. Zimmerli B. and Schlatter J.: Occurrence and Health Significance of Disinfection By-Products in Chlorinated Drinking Water, Especially of Chlorhydroxyfuranone (MX). Mitt. Gebiete Lebensm. Hyg. 84, 662-676 (1993).
  28. Studer-Rohr J., Dietrich D.R., Schlatter J. and Schlatter Ch.: Ochratoxin A and coffee. Mitt. Gebiete Lebensm. Hyg. 85, 719-727 (1994).
  29. Studer-Rohr J., Dietrich D.R., Schlatter J. and Schlatter Ch.: The occurrence of Ochratoxin A in coffee. Fd Chem. Toxic. 33, 341-355 (1995).
  30. Reding J., Sahin A., Schlatter J. and Naegeli H.: Dexamathasone and flumethasone residues in milk of intramuscularly dosed cows. Journal of Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics 20, 198-203 (1997).
  31. Zimmerli B. and Schlatter J.: Occurrence and Significance of the Isoflavones Daidzein and Genistein in Infant Formulas. Mitt. Gebiete Lebensmitt. Hyg. 88, 219-232 (1997).
  32. Lutz U., Lugli S., Bitsch A., Schlatter J. and Lutz W.K.: Dose Response for the stimulation of cell division by caffeic acid in forestomach and kidney of the male F344 rat. Fundamental and Applied Toxicology 39, 131-137 (1997).
  33. Daniel O., Schlatter J. and Zimmerli B.: Arsenic in the Environment, Food and Human Beings: A Review. Mitt. Gebiete Lebensmitt. Hyg. 89, 123-146 (1998).
  34. Rásonyi T., Schlatter J. and Dietrich D.R.: The role of a2u-globulin in ochratoxin A induced renal toxicity and tumors in F344 rats. Toxicology Letters 104, 83-92 (1999).
  35. Daniel O., Meier M.S., Schlatter J. and Frischknecht P.: Selected phenolic compounds in cultivated plants: ecological functions, health implications and modulation by pesticides. Environmental Health Perspectives. 107 (Suppl. 1), 109-114 (1999).
  36. Schlatter J.: Gesundheitliche Aspekte des Lebensmittelverderbs. Mitt. Gebiete Lebensmitt. Hyg. 90, 23-32 (1999).
  37. Müller S.O., Schmitt M., Dekant W, Stopper H., Schlatter J., Schreier P., and Lutz W.K.: Occurrence of emodin, chrysophanol and physcion in vegetables, herbs and liquors. Genotoxicity and anti-genotoxicity of the anthraquinones and of the whole plants. Fd Chem. Toxic. 37, 481-491 (1999).
  38.  Daniel O. and Schlatter J.: Toxicity of dietary cadmium: a review. Mitt. Gebiete Lebensmitt. Hyg. 90, 734-750 (1999).
  39. Janzowski C., Glaab V., Samimi E., Schlatter J. and Eisenbrand G.: 5-Hydroxymethylfurfural: Assessment of mutagenicity, DNA damaging potential and reactivity towards cellular glutathione. Fd Chem Toxic 38, 801-809 (2000).
  40. Studer-Rohr I., Schlatter J., Dietrich D.R.: Kinetic parameters and intraindividual fluctuations of ochratoxin A plasma levels in humans. Archives of Toxicology 74, 499-510 (2000).
  41. Zimmerli B., Rhyn P., Zoller O. and Schlatter J.: Occurrence of heterocyclic aromatic amines in the Swiss diet: analytical method, exposure estimation and risk assessment. Food Additives and Contaminants 18 (6), 533-551 (2001).
  42. Barlow S.M., Kozianowski G., Würtzen G. and Schlatter J.: Threshold of toxicological concern for chemical substances present in the diet. Fd Chem. Toxic. 39, 893-905 (2001).
  43. Dybing E., Doe J., Groten J., Kleiner J., O ’Brien J. Renwick A.G., Schlatter J., Steinberg P., Tritscher A., Walker R. and Younes M.: Hazard characterisation of chemicals in food and diet:3 dose response, mechanisms and extrapolation issues. Food and Chemical Toxicology 40, 237 –282 (2002).
  44. Lutz W.K., Vamvakas S., Kopp-Schneider A., Schlatter J. and Stopper H.: Deviation from additivity in mixture toxicity: Relevance of nonlinear dose-response relationships and cell line differences in genotoxicity assays with combinations of chemical mutagens and γ-radiation. Environmental Health Perspectives Supplement 110 (Supplement 6) 915 - 918 (2002)
  45. Zarn J.A., Brüschweiler B.J. and Schlatter J.: Effects of azole fungicides on mammalian steroidogenesis by inhibiting sterol 14a-demethylase and aromatase. Environmental Health Perspectives 111, 255–261 (2003).
  46. Kroes R., Renwick A.G., Cheeseman M., Kleiner J., Mangelsdorf I., Piersma A., Schilter B., Schlatter J., van Schothorst F., Vos J.G. and Würtzen G.: Structure-based Thresholds of Toxicological Concern (TTC): Guidance for application to substances present at low levels in the diet. Food and Chemical Toxicology 42, 65-83 (2004).
  47. Beer M.U., Schlatter J., Dudler V. and Zoller O.: Letter to the Editor: Fried potatoes and human cancer. Int. J. Cancer 108, 634-635 (2004).
  48.  Brüschweiler B.J., Spirano D. and Schlatter J.R.: Gesundheitliche Risikobewertung der Toxaphen-Rückstände in Lebensmitteln Mitt. Lebensm. Hyg. 95, 162-189 (2004).
  49. Schlatter J.: Special issue: Trichothecenes with a special focus on DON. Toxicity data relevant for hazard characterization. Toxicology Letters 153(1), 83-89 (2004).
  50. Dybing E., Farmer P.B., Andersen M., Fennell T.R., Lalljie S., Müller D.J.G., Olin S., Petersen B.J., Schlatter J., Scholz G., Scimeca J.A., Slimani N., Törnqvist M. and Verger P.: Human exposure and internal dose assessments of acrylamide in food. Food and Chemical Toxicology 43(3), 365-410 (2004).
  51.  Kamp H.G., Eisenbrand G., Schlatter J., Würth K. and Janzowski C.: Ochratoxin A: induction of (oxidative) DNA damage, cytotoxicity and apoptosis in mammalian cell lines and primary cells. Toxicology 206, 413-425 (2005).
  52. Brüschweiler B., Schlatter J, deWeck D., Favre F. and LuthiJ.C.: Occurrence of arsenic in drinking water of the canton Wallis Part II: Epidemiological comparison between arsenic concentrations and cancer incidence rates. Mitt. . Lebensm. Hyg. 96, 89-105 (2005).
  53. Kamp H.G., Eisenbrand G., Janzowski C., Kiossev J., Latendresse J.R., Schlatter J., and Turesky R.J.: Ochratoxin A induces oxidative DNA damage in liver and kidney after oral dosing to rats. Mol. Nutr. Food Res. 49(12), 1160-1167 (2005).
  54. Eder E., Wacker M., Lutz U., Nair J., Fang X., Bartsch H., Beland F.A., Schlatter J. and Lutz W.K.: Oxidative stress related DNA adducts in the liver of female rats fed with sunflower-, rapeseed-, olive- or coconut oil supplemented diets. Chemico-Biological Interactions 159, 81–89 (2006)
  55. Barlow S., Renwick A.G., Kleiner J., Bridges J.W., Busk L., Dybing E., Edler L., Eisenbrand G., Fink-Gremmels J., Knaap A., Kroes R., Liem D., Müller D.J.G., Page S., Rolland V., Schlatter J., Tritscher A., Tueting W. and Würtzen G.: Risk assessment of substances that are both genotoxic and carcinogenic - Report of an international conference organised by EFSA and WHO with support of ILSI Europe. Food and Chemical Toxicology 44, 1636–1650 (2006).
  56. O’Brien J., Renwick A.G., Constable A., Dybing E., Müller D.J.G., Schlatter J., Slob W., Tueting W., van Benthem J., Williams G.M. and Wolfreys A: Approaches to the risk assessment of genotoxic carcinogens in food: A critical appraisal. Food and Chemical Toxicology 44, 1613-1635 (2006).
  57. Zarn J.A. and Schlatter J.R.: Toxikologie von Pflanzenschutzmitteln. Mitt.  Lebensm. Hyg. 97, 261-274 (2006).
  58. Heppner C.W. and Schlatter J.R.: Data requirements for a risk assessment of furan in food. Food Additives and Contaminants 24(S1), 114–121 (2007)
  59. Boobis A.R., Doe J.E., Heinrich-Hirsch B., Meek M. E., Munn S. Ruchirawat M., Schlatter J. Seed J. and Vickers C.: IPCS Framework for Analyzing the Relevance of a Noncancer Mode of Action for Humans. Critical Reviews in Toxicology, 38, 87–96 (2008).
  60. Meek M.E., Berry C., Boobis A. R., Cohen S.M., Hartley E., Munn S., Olin S., Schlatter J., Vickers C.: Letter to the Editor: Re: Guyton, Kathryn Z., Barone, Stanley, Jr., Brown, Rebecca C., Euling, Susan Y., Jinot, Jennifer, Makris, Susan (2008). Mode of Action Frameworks: A Critical Analysis. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, Part B, 11(1): 16-31. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, Part B, 11, 681–685 (2008)
  61. Kellert M., Brink A., Richter I., Schlatter J., Lutz W.K.: Tests for genotoxicity and mutagenicity of furan and its metabolite cis-2-butene-1,4-dial in L5178Y tk+/- mouse lymphoma cells. Mutat Res 657, 127–132 (2008).
  62. Muri S.D., Schlatter J.R. and Brüschweiler B.J.: The benchmark dose approach in food risk assessment: Is it applicable and worthwhile? Food and Chemical Toxicology 47, 2906-2925 (2009)
  63.  Schlatter J, DiNovi M., Setzer W.R.: Application of the margin of exposure (MoE) approach to substances in food that are genotoxic and carcinogenic Example: Ethyl carbamate (CAS 51-79-6). Food and Chemical Toxicology 48, S63–S68 (2010).
  64. Benford D., Bolger P.M., Carthew P., Coulet M., DiNovi M., Leblanc J.C., Renwick A.G., Setzer R.W., Schlatter J., Smith B., Slob W., Williams G. and Wildemann T.: Application of the Margin of Exposure (MOE) Approach to Substances in Food that are Genotoxic and Carcinogenic. Food and Chemical Toxicology 48, S2–S24 (2010).
  65. Barlow S. and Schlatter J.: Risk assessment of carcinogens in food. Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology 243, 180–190 (2010).
  66. Zarn J.A., Hänggi E., Kuchen A. and Schlatter J.R.: The significance of the subchronic toxicity in the dietary risk assessment of pesticides. Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology 58, 72–78 (2010).
  67. Zarn J.A, Engeli B.E. and Schlatter J.R: Study parameters influencing NOAEL and LOAEL in toxicity feeding studies for pesticides: Exposure duration versus dose decrement, dose spacing, group size and chemical class. Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology 61, 243–250 (2011).
  68. Jeffrey A.M., Brunnemann K.D., Duan J.D., Schlatter J. and Williams G.M.: Furan induction of DNA cross-linking and strand breaks in turkey fetal liver in comparison to 1,3-propanediol. Food and Chemical Toxicology 50, 675-678 (2012).
  69. Alexander J., Benford D., Boobis A., Eskola M, Fink-Gremmels J., Fürst P., Heppner C., Schlatter J. and van Leeuwen R.: Risk assessment of contaminants in food and feed. EFSA Journal 10(10): s1004. [12 pp.] (2012). doi:10.2903/j.efsa.2012.s1004.
  70. Boobis A., Chiodini A., Hoekstra J., Lagiou P., Przyrembel H., Schlatter J., Verhagen H., Schütte K., and Watzl B.: Critical appraisal of the assessment of benefits and risks for foods, ‘BRAFO Consensus Working Group’. Food and Chemical Toxicology 55: 659–675 (2013).
  71. Dorne J.L., Fink-Gremmels J., Alexander J., Heppner C., Kass G.E.N. and Schlatter J.: Risk assessment of undesirable substances in feed. Editorial. Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology. Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology 270(3): 185-186 (2013).
  72.  Engeli B.E.; Schlatter J.R. and Zarn J.A.: Characterization of the dose decrement in regulatory rat pesticide toxicity feeding studies. Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology 67: 215–220 (2013).
  73. Astuto M.C., Benford D., Bodin L., Cattaneo I., Halldorsson T., Schlatter J., Sharpe R.M., Tarazona J. and Younes, M.: Applying the adverse outcome pathway concept for assessing non-monotonic dose responses: biphasic effect of bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP) on testosterone levels. Archives of Toxicology (2022)