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In the process of electron and H transport in the mitochondrial inner membrane, which of the following protein complexes transports protons into the intermembrane
space?
(Select all that apply.)
O Complex I
O Complex II
O.Complex III
Complex IV
OF/F1 ATPase
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In the process of electron and H transport in the mitochondrial inner membrane, which of the following protein complexes transports protons into the intermembrane space? (Select all that apply.) O Complex I O Complex II O.Complex III Complex IV OF/F1 ATPase