muS110 is a BiTE antibody bispecific for murine EpCAM (CD326) and murine CD3. MT110, its human-specific analog, is in a clinical phase 1 trial for treatment of patients with adenocarcinoma of the lung or gastrointestinal tract. Recent studies have shown a therapeutic window for muS110, have explored single-dose toxicity of muS110, and have found that a 1-week low-dose treatment dramatically increased the tolerability of mice to very high doses of muS110 (Cancer Immunol. Immunother. 2009;58:95–109). Here we analyzed the impact of long-term, high-dose treatment of mice with muS110 on antitumor activity and functionality of T cells. After an initial self-limiting cytokine release, the 1-week adaptation period effectively blunted further cytokine production in response to a subsequent high-dose treatment with muS110. The much-increased tolerability of mice adapted to muS110 was not because of anergy of T cells. T cells isolated from chronically muS110-treated mice fully retained their cytotoxic potential, proliferative capacity, and responsiveness to stimulation by either muS110 or anti-CD3/anti-CD28/interleukin-2 when compared with T cells from control mice. Unimpaired T-cell performance was also evident from the effective prevention of orthotopic 4T1 breast tumor outgrowth in mice treated long term with escalating doses of muS110. Finally, we show that muS110 and MT110 recognize orthologous epitopes on mouse and human EpCAM proteins, suggesting that the target-related safety profile of muS110 in mice may be predictive for MT110 in humans.