Phycocyanin is a dark blue powder isolated from Spirulina. It mainly exists in cyanobacteria, red algae and saphenous algae. Phycocyanins are also generally divided into C-phycocyanins and R-phycocyanins, the former mainly in cyanobacteria, the latter mainly in red algae, Cryptophyta both have. Its function is to absorb light (orange yellow) and transmit light energy. It is not only a protein, but also an excellent natural food coloring. It is also a good health food.
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