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Polymer elongation has been shown to proceed I. Andre´ et al. 4) Amylose Osidic linkage a-1,6 (>50%) a-1,3 (>50%) a-1,4 (>50%) Alternating a-1,3/a-1,6 a-1,4 (100%) through glucosyl unit transfer at the non-reducing end of the acceptor molecules (glucose, sucrose, or other primers initially produced) [69, 70]. Reaction conditions such as substrate concentration, pH, and temperature were also shown to have an undeniable influence on the structure of products synthesized by glucansucrases, in particular the degree of branching and the polymer size [41, 71–75].