interpolating the primorials

Here’s a puzzle: consider that the Gamma function \Gamma(z) is the interpolation of the factorials. What about interpolating the primorials. If p_{n} is the $n$-th prime, then what is the correct analogue of the Gamma function if we define the primorial as:

p_{n}\# = \prod_{k=1}^{n} p_{k}

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