Firstly you'd have to get these lenses in a focusing mount. Not an impossible hurdle, but it adds significantly to the cost.
Secondly you'd have to have sufficient back focus to clear the mirror. Maybe possible with the longer lenses but I doubt the standard or wide lenses would offer sufficient clearance. Still, Rodenstock and Schneider both have very detailed spec sheets on their web sites so you should be able to see from these what might work and what won't.