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First, T cells which bind free antigen would not be efficiently triggered, because stimulation of virgin T cells requires not only interaction with their receptors, but also accessory cell-derived lymphokines such as interleukin-1, thus only T cells which bind antigen on accessory cells are triggered in a primary response. Moreover, T cells which bind free antigen would also be useless at the effector cell level, since T cells are designed to interact with other cells. Last, T cells should not bind so effectively to their targets that they cannot release them and move on to act on another target cell.
Advances in Immunology, Vol. 38 by Frank J. Dlxon (Ed.)