The Mittag-Leffler function $E_{\alpha}(x)$ has an important property: $$ \frac{\partial^{\alpha}}{\partial x^{\alpha}} E_{\alpha}(x^{\alpha}) = E_{\alpha}(x^{\alpha}). $$ I tried to find an analogue of such function that satisfies $$ \frac{\partial^{\alpha}}{\partial t^{\alpha}} G_{\alpha}((a+bt)^{\alpha}) = CG((a+bt)^{\alpha}). $$ I looked through some papers on fractional differentiating but didn't find such analogue. Then I tried to construct it myself. I found fractional derivative of order $\alpha$ of $(a+bt)^{n \alpha}$. If it was something like $$ (a+bt)^{\alpha(n-1)} F(n,\alpha,b)H(t) $$ I'll be able to construct a power series with convinient coefficents like in the case of the Mittag-Leffler function. But in general this fractional derivative is a series, that can't be represented in such manner. Then I think there may exist some pseudodifferential operator $F_{\alpha}$ (PsDO) for which there exists a series by powers of $(a+bt)^{\alpha}$ invariant under action of $F_{\alpha}$. I would be very happy if you can help me to find such series and such operator that generalize both Mittag-Leffler function and fractional differentiation operator.

**Edited** This problem is related to specification of PsDO that sends $(a+bt)^{\alpha n}$ to $(a+bt)^{\alpha(n-1)} F(n,\alpha,b) H(t)$.