AirplaneSimulationExpertFalseTrueFairly EasyFirst flight 2016, released by Paradox Interactive, the creators of the best-selling PC games like Magicka, Magicka 2, Magicka: Brutality, Shadow Warrior, the Just Cause series and the Star Wars: Empire at War series.The Carenado Skylane G1000 is a 6.5 Scale RC airplane with two-channel transmitter, which allows for two independent loops, reverse and spin. It is highly maneuverable and suitable for beginners.Fully programmable, easy and fast to fly, the Carenado Skylane G1000 is very responsive and can perform many tricks: double loop, spin, stalls and vertical takeoff and landing. It can be controlled by the controller with a flight stick or with its 2.4 GHz transmitter.Features: - 6.5 Scale wingspan: 46cm - Two-channel receiver with a 4.8 volt LiPo battery or 1.5v AA battery - Each transmitter can control 4 loops: - Loop 1 - Move in all the directions on its x-axis - Loop 2 - Move in all the directions on its y-axis - Loop 3 - Moving with a constant speed in the x-axis - Loop 4 - Moving with a constant speed in the y-axis - Fully programmable - Fully assembled with screws - Requires an existing RC plane or PAD controller compatible with 4S or 8S LiPo batteries - Cockpit can be removed to fit a "real" model of the real aircraft.Includes:Controller (Controller sold separately)Transmitter (Transmitter sold separately)NanoFlight (receiver sold separately)Flight Controller (with the receiver)Electronic Speed Control RC Vehicle (with the receiver)Instructions (fully detailed for beginners)Expertly assembled to match the dimensions of the aircraftThis is the RC toy that can be brought with you to a party.It's not the most stable airplane, but it is the easiest to fly and it is compact for storage. It's recommended for kids over 9 years old.2 AA battery operated: 4.8V and 1.5V.Epidemiology of Trypanosoma cruzi infection and Chagas disease in Amazonas, Venezuela.
Chagas disease is a serious public health problem in Amazonas, Venezuela, a rural area where multiple seropositivity to Trypanosoma cruzi infection has been reported. To determine the prevalence of T. cruzi infection and Chagas disease, we conducted a study using two different diagnostic techniques, the indirect immunofluorescence and the hemagglutination tests, on a representative sample (N = 3834) of the population living in rural communities in the municipalities of Barrancas and Guayabal, Amazonas. Positive samples were tested by PCR to distinguish between infection with T. cruzi I and II, and the majority of positive samples were found to correspond to the T. cruzi I strain. 0b46394aab