Related StoriesSpotting the symptoms of advanced prostate cancers: an interview with Brian TomlinsonScar administration: an interview with Adele Atkinson, Associate Professor, College of NursingBrain health: how can you reduce cognitive decline? An interview with Heather Snyder, Ph.D.g. Education appears to play a role as well. ‘It’s possible that educated, two-mother or father families can better afford to raise their children in safe neighborhoods, send out them to secure schools, and make sure that their actions are well supervised, therefore reducing their risk for sexual assault,’ Butler writes. ‘Alternatively, the personal characteristics that may enable some parents to accomplish higher socio-economic status could be transmitted to the daughter through heredity and parental modeling, reducing her risk thereby.’ Butler's research helps establish that many risk elements identified in retrospective studies are accurate predictors of whether a girl will knowledge childhood sexual assault.First, the number of patients enrolled was small. Second, we didn’t collect cerebrospinal liquid samples and therefore cannot determine whether subclinical reactivation of JC virus also happened in the central anxious system, as provides been claimed by others.25 Third, we didn’t measure the cellular immune response in our patients before they began treatment with natalizumab. However, in a previous research using the chromium-51 launch assay, we discovered that untreated sufferers with multiple sclerosis have a vigorous cellular immune response against JC virus mediated by CD8+ cytotoxic T cells.14 For today’s study, we used a different peptide library, which allowed us to encompass all possible 9aa epitopes of the JC virus VP1 protein presented on major-histocompatibility-complex class We molecules to CD8+ T cells and all possible 12aa epitopes presented on MHC course II molecules to CD4+ T cells.