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    JEOL pcb lipid ir 780
    Biodistribution of <t>PCB-lipid–IR-780</t> NPs in a TC-1 xenograft tumor model. ( a ) NIR fluorescent image of PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs injected into TC-1 tumor mice at different time points; ( b ) ex vivo NIR fluorescent images of the organs isolated from IR-780 and PCB-lipid–IR-780-NP-treated TC-1 tumor-bearing mice at 48 h postinjection; and ( c ) integrated density plot of the excised organs from IR-780 and PCB-lipid–IR-780-NP-treated TC-1 tumor-bearing mice. n = 4, SEM, * p ≤ 0.05.
    Pcb Lipid Ir 780, supplied by JEOL, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 92/100, based on 2 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    Biodistribution of <t>PCB-lipid–IR-780</t> NPs in a TC-1 xenograft tumor model. ( a ) NIR fluorescent image of PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs injected into TC-1 tumor mice at different time points; ( b ) ex vivo NIR fluorescent images of the organs isolated from IR-780 and PCB-lipid–IR-780-NP-treated TC-1 tumor-bearing mice at 48 h postinjection; and ( c ) integrated density plot of the excised organs from IR-780 and PCB-lipid–IR-780-NP-treated TC-1 tumor-bearing mice. n = 4, SEM, * p ≤ 0.05.
    Pcbs, supplied by JEOL, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 92/100, based on 2 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    Biodistribution of PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs in a TC-1 xenograft tumor model. ( a ) NIR fluorescent image of PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs injected into TC-1 tumor mice at different time points; ( b ) ex vivo NIR fluorescent images of the organs isolated from IR-780 and PCB-lipid–IR-780-NP-treated TC-1 tumor-bearing mice at 48 h postinjection; and ( c ) integrated density plot of the excised organs from IR-780 and PCB-lipid–IR-780-NP-treated TC-1 tumor-bearing mice. n = 4, SEM, * p ≤ 0.05.

    Journal: International Journal of Molecular Sciences

    Article Title: A Lipophilic IR-780 Dye-Encapsulated Zwitterionic Polymer-Lipid Micellar Nanoparticle for Enhanced Photothermal Therapy and NIR-Based Fluorescence Imaging in a Cervical Tumor Mouse Model

    doi: 10.3390/ijms19041189

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Biodistribution of PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs in a TC-1 xenograft tumor model. ( a ) NIR fluorescent image of PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs injected into TC-1 tumor mice at different time points; ( b ) ex vivo NIR fluorescent images of the organs isolated from IR-780 and PCB-lipid–IR-780-NP-treated TC-1 tumor-bearing mice at 48 h postinjection; and ( c ) integrated density plot of the excised organs from IR-780 and PCB-lipid–IR-780-NP-treated TC-1 tumor-bearing mice. n = 4, SEM, * p ≤ 0.05.

    Article Snippet: The particle size and morphological structure of PCB-Lipid-IR-780 were measured using a field emission TEM (FE-TEM) (Jeol JEM-2100F).

    Techniques: Injection, Mouse Assay, Ex Vivo, Isolation

    Intracellular uptake of PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs in the TC-1 cell line. ( a ) NIR fluorescent image of TC-1 cells treated with PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs at different concentrations and ( b ) NIR fluorescent image of TC-1 cells treated with PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs (8 µg/mL IR-780) at different time points. Scale bar, 20 µm.

    Journal: International Journal of Molecular Sciences

    Article Title: A Lipophilic IR-780 Dye-Encapsulated Zwitterionic Polymer-Lipid Micellar Nanoparticle for Enhanced Photothermal Therapy and NIR-Based Fluorescence Imaging in a Cervical Tumor Mouse Model

    doi: 10.3390/ijms19041189

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Intracellular uptake of PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs in the TC-1 cell line. ( a ) NIR fluorescent image of TC-1 cells treated with PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs at different concentrations and ( b ) NIR fluorescent image of TC-1 cells treated with PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs (8 µg/mL IR-780) at different time points. Scale bar, 20 µm.

    Article Snippet: The particle size and morphological structure of PCB-Lipid-IR-780 were measured using a field emission TEM (FE-TEM) (Jeol JEM-2100F).

    Techniques:

    H E staining on PCB-lipid–IR-780-treated and laser-irradiated TC-1 tumor tissue.

    Journal: International Journal of Molecular Sciences

    Article Title: A Lipophilic IR-780 Dye-Encapsulated Zwitterionic Polymer-Lipid Micellar Nanoparticle for Enhanced Photothermal Therapy and NIR-Based Fluorescence Imaging in a Cervical Tumor Mouse Model

    doi: 10.3390/ijms19041189

    Figure Lengend Snippet: H E staining on PCB-lipid–IR-780-treated and laser-irradiated TC-1 tumor tissue.

    Article Snippet: The particle size and morphological structure of PCB-Lipid-IR-780 were measured using a field emission TEM (FE-TEM) (Jeol JEM-2100F).

    Techniques: Staining, Irradiation

    Photothermal-mediated antitumor effect of PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs in the TC-1 xenograft tumor-bearing model. ( a ) Thermal image of laser-irradiated TC-1 tumor in IR-780 and PCB-lipid–IR-780 treated tumor mice; ( b ) heat curve of laser-irradiated TC-1 tumors in IR-780 and PCB-lipid–IR-780 treated tumor mice; ( c ) whole body weight of laser-irradiated TC-1 tumor mice and ( d ) tumor volume of TC-1 tumor irradiated with 808-nm laser at 2 W/cm 2 for 2.5 min. n = 4, SEM, *** p ≤ 0.001.

    Journal: International Journal of Molecular Sciences

    Article Title: A Lipophilic IR-780 Dye-Encapsulated Zwitterionic Polymer-Lipid Micellar Nanoparticle for Enhanced Photothermal Therapy and NIR-Based Fluorescence Imaging in a Cervical Tumor Mouse Model

    doi: 10.3390/ijms19041189

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Photothermal-mediated antitumor effect of PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs in the TC-1 xenograft tumor-bearing model. ( a ) Thermal image of laser-irradiated TC-1 tumor in IR-780 and PCB-lipid–IR-780 treated tumor mice; ( b ) heat curve of laser-irradiated TC-1 tumors in IR-780 and PCB-lipid–IR-780 treated tumor mice; ( c ) whole body weight of laser-irradiated TC-1 tumor mice and ( d ) tumor volume of TC-1 tumor irradiated with 808-nm laser at 2 W/cm 2 for 2.5 min. n = 4, SEM, *** p ≤ 0.001.

    Article Snippet: The particle size and morphological structure of PCB-Lipid-IR-780 were measured using a field emission TEM (FE-TEM) (Jeol JEM-2100F).

    Techniques: Irradiation, Mouse Assay

    Characterization of PCB-lipid–IR-780 nanoparticles. ( a ) TEM image of (i) PCB-lipid micelle nanoparticles and (ii) PCB-lipid–IR-780 nanoparticles; ( b ) absorbance spectra of IR-780 in 10% DMSO/water and PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs in water, and absorbance spectra of ( c ) PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs and ( d ) free IR-780 dye exposed to daylight at different time points; ( e ) thermal images of PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs irradiated with 808-nm laser at 2 W/cm 2 for 5 min; and ( f ) heat curve of PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs irradiated with 808-nm laser at 2 W/cm 2 for 5 min.

    Journal: International Journal of Molecular Sciences

    Article Title: A Lipophilic IR-780 Dye-Encapsulated Zwitterionic Polymer-Lipid Micellar Nanoparticle for Enhanced Photothermal Therapy and NIR-Based Fluorescence Imaging in a Cervical Tumor Mouse Model

    doi: 10.3390/ijms19041189

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Characterization of PCB-lipid–IR-780 nanoparticles. ( a ) TEM image of (i) PCB-lipid micelle nanoparticles and (ii) PCB-lipid–IR-780 nanoparticles; ( b ) absorbance spectra of IR-780 in 10% DMSO/water and PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs in water, and absorbance spectra of ( c ) PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs and ( d ) free IR-780 dye exposed to daylight at different time points; ( e ) thermal images of PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs irradiated with 808-nm laser at 2 W/cm 2 for 5 min; and ( f ) heat curve of PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs irradiated with 808-nm laser at 2 W/cm 2 for 5 min.

    Article Snippet: The particle size and morphological structure of PCB-Lipid-IR-780 were measured using a field emission TEM (FE-TEM) (Jeol JEM-2100F).

    Techniques: Transmission Electron Microscopy, Irradiation

    Schematic representation of PCB-lipid–IR-780 nanoparticles for photothermal ablation in a TC-1 xenograft tumor model. Intravenously injected PCB-lipid–IR-780 nanoparticles accumulate in the TC-1 tumor due to the enhanced permeability and retention (EPR) effect. Later accumulation of nanoparticles was monitored concomitantly with an in vivo near-infrared (NIR) imaging system, and the 808-nm laser irradiated the tumor region to ablate the target tumor. The heat generation (ΔT) was monitored using a thermal imaging camera.

    Journal: International Journal of Molecular Sciences

    Article Title: A Lipophilic IR-780 Dye-Encapsulated Zwitterionic Polymer-Lipid Micellar Nanoparticle for Enhanced Photothermal Therapy and NIR-Based Fluorescence Imaging in a Cervical Tumor Mouse Model

    doi: 10.3390/ijms19041189

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Schematic representation of PCB-lipid–IR-780 nanoparticles for photothermal ablation in a TC-1 xenograft tumor model. Intravenously injected PCB-lipid–IR-780 nanoparticles accumulate in the TC-1 tumor due to the enhanced permeability and retention (EPR) effect. Later accumulation of nanoparticles was monitored concomitantly with an in vivo near-infrared (NIR) imaging system, and the 808-nm laser irradiated the tumor region to ablate the target tumor. The heat generation (ΔT) was monitored using a thermal imaging camera.

    Article Snippet: The particle size and morphological structure of PCB-Lipid-IR-780 were measured using a field emission TEM (FE-TEM) (Jeol JEM-2100F).

    Techniques: Injection, Permeability, Electron Paramagnetic Resonance, In Vivo, Imaging, Irradiation

    Cytotoxicity of PCB-lipid–IR-780-NP-treated TC-1 cells postirradiation with NIR laser. ( a ) Cell viability of TC-1 cells treated with PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs at varying concentrations of IR-780; ( b ) cell viability of TC-1 cells treated with different concentrations of PCB-lipid micellar NPs; ( c ) cell viability of TC-1 cells treated with PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs at varying concentrations of IR-780 and irradiated with 808-nm laser at 2 W/cm 2 for 5 min; and ( d ) live/dead cell assay of TC-1 treated with PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs and irradiated with 808-nm laser at 2 W/cm 2 for 5 min. FDA: fluorescein diacetate; PI: propidium iodide. n = 4, SEM, *** p ≤ 0.001.

    Journal: International Journal of Molecular Sciences

    Article Title: A Lipophilic IR-780 Dye-Encapsulated Zwitterionic Polymer-Lipid Micellar Nanoparticle for Enhanced Photothermal Therapy and NIR-Based Fluorescence Imaging in a Cervical Tumor Mouse Model

    doi: 10.3390/ijms19041189

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Cytotoxicity of PCB-lipid–IR-780-NP-treated TC-1 cells postirradiation with NIR laser. ( a ) Cell viability of TC-1 cells treated with PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs at varying concentrations of IR-780; ( b ) cell viability of TC-1 cells treated with different concentrations of PCB-lipid micellar NPs; ( c ) cell viability of TC-1 cells treated with PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs at varying concentrations of IR-780 and irradiated with 808-nm laser at 2 W/cm 2 for 5 min; and ( d ) live/dead cell assay of TC-1 treated with PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs and irradiated with 808-nm laser at 2 W/cm 2 for 5 min. FDA: fluorescein diacetate; PI: propidium iodide. n = 4, SEM, *** p ≤ 0.001.

    Article Snippet: The particle size and morphological structure of PCB-Lipid-IR-780 were measured using a field emission TEM (FE-TEM) (Jeol JEM-2100F).

    Techniques: Irradiation

    Biodistribution of PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs in a TC-1 xenograft tumor model. ( a ) NIR fluorescent image of PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs injected into TC-1 tumor mice at different time points; ( b ) ex vivo NIR fluorescent images of the organs isolated from IR-780 and PCB-lipid–IR-780-NP-treated TC-1 tumor-bearing mice at 48 h postinjection; and ( c ) integrated density plot of the excised organs from IR-780 and PCB-lipid–IR-780-NP-treated TC-1 tumor-bearing mice. n = 4, SEM, * p ≤ 0.05.

    Journal: International Journal of Molecular Sciences

    Article Title: A Lipophilic IR-780 Dye-Encapsulated Zwitterionic Polymer-Lipid Micellar Nanoparticle for Enhanced Photothermal Therapy and NIR-Based Fluorescence Imaging in a Cervical Tumor Mouse Model

    doi: 10.3390/ijms19041189

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Biodistribution of PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs in a TC-1 xenograft tumor model. ( a ) NIR fluorescent image of PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs injected into TC-1 tumor mice at different time points; ( b ) ex vivo NIR fluorescent images of the organs isolated from IR-780 and PCB-lipid–IR-780-NP-treated TC-1 tumor-bearing mice at 48 h postinjection; and ( c ) integrated density plot of the excised organs from IR-780 and PCB-lipid–IR-780-NP-treated TC-1 tumor-bearing mice. n = 4, SEM, * p ≤ 0.05.

    Article Snippet: The particle size and morphological structure of PCB-Lipid-IR-780 were measured using a field emission TEM (FE-TEM) (Jeol JEM-2100F).

    Techniques: Injection, Mouse Assay, Ex Vivo, Isolation

    Intracellular uptake of PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs in the TC-1 cell line. ( a ) NIR fluorescent image of TC-1 cells treated with PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs at different concentrations and ( b ) NIR fluorescent image of TC-1 cells treated with PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs (8 µg/mL IR-780) at different time points. Scale bar, 20 µm.

    Journal: International Journal of Molecular Sciences

    Article Title: A Lipophilic IR-780 Dye-Encapsulated Zwitterionic Polymer-Lipid Micellar Nanoparticle for Enhanced Photothermal Therapy and NIR-Based Fluorescence Imaging in a Cervical Tumor Mouse Model

    doi: 10.3390/ijms19041189

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Intracellular uptake of PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs in the TC-1 cell line. ( a ) NIR fluorescent image of TC-1 cells treated with PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs at different concentrations and ( b ) NIR fluorescent image of TC-1 cells treated with PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs (8 µg/mL IR-780) at different time points. Scale bar, 20 µm.

    Article Snippet: The particle size and morphological structure of PCB-Lipid-IR-780 were measured using a field emission TEM (FE-TEM) (Jeol JEM-2100F).

    Techniques:

    H E staining on PCB-lipid–IR-780-treated and laser-irradiated TC-1 tumor tissue.

    Journal: International Journal of Molecular Sciences

    Article Title: A Lipophilic IR-780 Dye-Encapsulated Zwitterionic Polymer-Lipid Micellar Nanoparticle for Enhanced Photothermal Therapy and NIR-Based Fluorescence Imaging in a Cervical Tumor Mouse Model

    doi: 10.3390/ijms19041189

    Figure Lengend Snippet: H E staining on PCB-lipid–IR-780-treated and laser-irradiated TC-1 tumor tissue.

    Article Snippet: The particle size and morphological structure of PCB-Lipid-IR-780 were measured using a field emission TEM (FE-TEM) (Jeol JEM-2100F).

    Techniques: Staining, Irradiation

    Photothermal-mediated antitumor effect of PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs in the TC-1 xenograft tumor-bearing model. ( a ) Thermal image of laser-irradiated TC-1 tumor in IR-780 and PCB-lipid–IR-780 treated tumor mice; ( b ) heat curve of laser-irradiated TC-1 tumors in IR-780 and PCB-lipid–IR-780 treated tumor mice; ( c ) whole body weight of laser-irradiated TC-1 tumor mice and ( d ) tumor volume of TC-1 tumor irradiated with 808-nm laser at 2 W/cm 2 for 2.5 min. n = 4, SEM, *** p ≤ 0.001.

    Journal: International Journal of Molecular Sciences

    Article Title: A Lipophilic IR-780 Dye-Encapsulated Zwitterionic Polymer-Lipid Micellar Nanoparticle for Enhanced Photothermal Therapy and NIR-Based Fluorescence Imaging in a Cervical Tumor Mouse Model

    doi: 10.3390/ijms19041189

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Photothermal-mediated antitumor effect of PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs in the TC-1 xenograft tumor-bearing model. ( a ) Thermal image of laser-irradiated TC-1 tumor in IR-780 and PCB-lipid–IR-780 treated tumor mice; ( b ) heat curve of laser-irradiated TC-1 tumors in IR-780 and PCB-lipid–IR-780 treated tumor mice; ( c ) whole body weight of laser-irradiated TC-1 tumor mice and ( d ) tumor volume of TC-1 tumor irradiated with 808-nm laser at 2 W/cm 2 for 2.5 min. n = 4, SEM, *** p ≤ 0.001.

    Article Snippet: The particle size and morphological structure of PCB-Lipid-IR-780 were measured using a field emission TEM (FE-TEM) (Jeol JEM-2100F).

    Techniques: Irradiation, Mouse Assay

    Characterization of PCB-lipid–IR-780 nanoparticles. ( a ) TEM image of (i) PCB-lipid micelle nanoparticles and (ii) PCB-lipid–IR-780 nanoparticles; ( b ) absorbance spectra of IR-780 in 10% DMSO/water and PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs in water, and absorbance spectra of ( c ) PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs and ( d ) free IR-780 dye exposed to daylight at different time points; ( e ) thermal images of PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs irradiated with 808-nm laser at 2 W/cm 2 for 5 min; and ( f ) heat curve of PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs irradiated with 808-nm laser at 2 W/cm 2 for 5 min.

    Journal: International Journal of Molecular Sciences

    Article Title: A Lipophilic IR-780 Dye-Encapsulated Zwitterionic Polymer-Lipid Micellar Nanoparticle for Enhanced Photothermal Therapy and NIR-Based Fluorescence Imaging in a Cervical Tumor Mouse Model

    doi: 10.3390/ijms19041189

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Characterization of PCB-lipid–IR-780 nanoparticles. ( a ) TEM image of (i) PCB-lipid micelle nanoparticles and (ii) PCB-lipid–IR-780 nanoparticles; ( b ) absorbance spectra of IR-780 in 10% DMSO/water and PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs in water, and absorbance spectra of ( c ) PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs and ( d ) free IR-780 dye exposed to daylight at different time points; ( e ) thermal images of PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs irradiated with 808-nm laser at 2 W/cm 2 for 5 min; and ( f ) heat curve of PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs irradiated with 808-nm laser at 2 W/cm 2 for 5 min.

    Article Snippet: The particle size and morphological structure of PCB-Lipid-IR-780 were measured using a field emission TEM (FE-TEM) (Jeol JEM-2100F).

    Techniques: Transmission Electron Microscopy, Irradiation

    Schematic representation of PCB-lipid–IR-780 nanoparticles for photothermal ablation in a TC-1 xenograft tumor model. Intravenously injected PCB-lipid–IR-780 nanoparticles accumulate in the TC-1 tumor due to the enhanced permeability and retention (EPR) effect. Later accumulation of nanoparticles was monitored concomitantly with an in vivo near-infrared (NIR) imaging system, and the 808-nm laser irradiated the tumor region to ablate the target tumor. The heat generation (ΔT) was monitored using a thermal imaging camera.

    Journal: International Journal of Molecular Sciences

    Article Title: A Lipophilic IR-780 Dye-Encapsulated Zwitterionic Polymer-Lipid Micellar Nanoparticle for Enhanced Photothermal Therapy and NIR-Based Fluorescence Imaging in a Cervical Tumor Mouse Model

    doi: 10.3390/ijms19041189

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Schematic representation of PCB-lipid–IR-780 nanoparticles for photothermal ablation in a TC-1 xenograft tumor model. Intravenously injected PCB-lipid–IR-780 nanoparticles accumulate in the TC-1 tumor due to the enhanced permeability and retention (EPR) effect. Later accumulation of nanoparticles was monitored concomitantly with an in vivo near-infrared (NIR) imaging system, and the 808-nm laser irradiated the tumor region to ablate the target tumor. The heat generation (ΔT) was monitored using a thermal imaging camera.

    Article Snippet: The particle size and morphological structure of PCB-Lipid-IR-780 were measured using a field emission TEM (FE-TEM) (Jeol JEM-2100F).

    Techniques: Injection, Permeability, Electron Paramagnetic Resonance, In Vivo, Imaging, Irradiation

    Cytotoxicity of PCB-lipid–IR-780-NP-treated TC-1 cells postirradiation with NIR laser. ( a ) Cell viability of TC-1 cells treated with PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs at varying concentrations of IR-780; ( b ) cell viability of TC-1 cells treated with different concentrations of PCB-lipid micellar NPs; ( c ) cell viability of TC-1 cells treated with PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs at varying concentrations of IR-780 and irradiated with 808-nm laser at 2 W/cm 2 for 5 min; and ( d ) live/dead cell assay of TC-1 treated with PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs and irradiated with 808-nm laser at 2 W/cm 2 for 5 min. FDA: fluorescein diacetate; PI: propidium iodide. n = 4, SEM, *** p ≤ 0.001.

    Journal: International Journal of Molecular Sciences

    Article Title: A Lipophilic IR-780 Dye-Encapsulated Zwitterionic Polymer-Lipid Micellar Nanoparticle for Enhanced Photothermal Therapy and NIR-Based Fluorescence Imaging in a Cervical Tumor Mouse Model

    doi: 10.3390/ijms19041189

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Cytotoxicity of PCB-lipid–IR-780-NP-treated TC-1 cells postirradiation with NIR laser. ( a ) Cell viability of TC-1 cells treated with PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs at varying concentrations of IR-780; ( b ) cell viability of TC-1 cells treated with different concentrations of PCB-lipid micellar NPs; ( c ) cell viability of TC-1 cells treated with PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs at varying concentrations of IR-780 and irradiated with 808-nm laser at 2 W/cm 2 for 5 min; and ( d ) live/dead cell assay of TC-1 treated with PCB-lipid–IR-780 NPs and irradiated with 808-nm laser at 2 W/cm 2 for 5 min. FDA: fluorescein diacetate; PI: propidium iodide. n = 4, SEM, *** p ≤ 0.001.

    Article Snippet: The particle size and morphological structure of PCB-Lipid-IR-780 were measured using a field emission TEM (FE-TEM) (Jeol JEM-2100F).

    Techniques: Irradiation