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Camphorquinone derivative (i.e. carboxylated camphorquinone) is used as visible-light photoinitiator in biomedical applications. It is also used in dentistry and is often used in conjunction with hydrogen donating amine.
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Wessels, M.; Leyhausen, G.; Volk, J.; Geurtsen, W. Oxidative stress is responsible for genotoxicity of camphorquinone in primary human gingival fibroblasts. Clin.Oral.Invest. 2014, 18 (6), 1705-1710.