Abstract

We have engineered an optical construct composed of the brome mosaic virus doped with indocyanine green, an FDA-approved chromophore. These constructs may offer a non-toxic platform for site-specific and deep tissue optical imaging, and phototherapy.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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