This concludes the first step of teleporting the state of MT A to MT C.
Step 2: Notice that so far, MT A has not interacted with the environment or cell, i. e. the coherent state of A that we designated as (A)) = ^o\0c) + wi\1c) has not been touched. Now the part of the cell containing A and B (the "sender part") makes a "measurement" - which in our case can be an electromagnetic interaction with a passing action potential or the binding of a MAP molecule. If this measurement or forced collapse is done in the Bell basis, on ±(A,B)) it will project the state in MT C (!) to:
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