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Biomass and phycocyanin content of heterotrophic Galdieria sulphuraria 074G under maltodextrin and granular starches-feeding conditions

Digestion kinetics of low, intermediate and highly branched maltodextrins produced from gelatinized starches with various microbial glycogen branching enzymes

Reliability factor for identification of amylolytic enzyme activity in the optimized starch-iodine assay

Characterization of the GH13 and GH57 glycogen branching enzymes from Petrotoga mobilis SJ95 and potential role in glycogen biosynthesis

Glycoside hydrolase family 13 and 57 glycogen branching enzymes convert amylose and amylopectin in highly branched α-glucans with different structures

Identification of Thermotoga maritima MSB8 GH57 α-amylase AmyC as a glycogen-branching enzyme with high hydrolytic activity

Synthesis of highly branched alpha-glucans with different structures using GH13 and GH57 glycogen branching enzymes

A new group of glycoside hydrolase family 13 α-amylases with an aberrant catalytic triad

The glycogen of Galdieria sulphuraria as alternative to starch for the production of slowly digestible and resistant glucose polymers

Thermostable phycocyanin from the red microalga Cyanidioschyzon merolae, a new natural blue food colorant

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