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Which statement describes a limitation of T-cell receptors (TCRs) compared to B-cell receptors (BCRs)?

A.) only BCRs can interact with epitopes on free antigens or epitopes            B.) displayed directly on the pathogen
C.) only BCRs can initiate a pathogen-specific immune response
D.) only BCRs recognize pathogen epitopes

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