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to transport, secrete or excrete protein out of the cell.
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AK: The benefits of buying foreign formats are the following: the producers can see what the show looks like, so they do not have problems with the camera crew and all the other creative teams involved in the production who might have their own ideas of how to make the show work.
In the past Jenkins has often used foreign formats in his work, such as Japanese haiku poetry in Requiem, but he admits that this latest project, has been his most ambitious.
Faced with increasingly fickle and sophisticated audiences, producers opine that the 'cloning' of foreign formats is the only way to stem commercial pressures.
Overseas versions of the show have seen the Big Brother house split into two, but Mr Gardam said Channel 4 was not planning to follow foreign formats.
But foreign formats do click, most notably Israel's "I Can Do That," a consistent ratings winner on RAI's flagship RAI 1 channel.
As the focus of the article is the adaptation of foreign formats compared to locally developed and researched programmes, I have looked at first-release Danish programming only.
Early programming successes were either political satire or imitations of foreign formats.

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