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The transmembranous parts of the IP domain and, perhaps, most of the FP fragment are enclosed by a shell of hydrophobic proteins (the HP fragment), some of which are in contact with the lipid bilayer and some in contact with the aqueous phases on either side of the membrane. Electron transfer occurs from the iron-sulfur clusters of the IP fragment (clusters N-la, N-4, and others) to iron-sulfur clusters in the lipid-associated region (cluster N-2 and others), which eventually bring about reduction of ubiquinone from the pool via one or more semiquinone anion intermediates.