Abstract

We report micellar formation indocyanine green (ICG) nano-complex. The nano-complex has a small size (30–40nm), low cytotoxicity and low critical micelle concentration (1 mg/L), and significantly improves ICG thermal and photostability.

© 2008 Optical Society of America

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