In addition to the eagle-i tool, you might find these other resources useful:
Immunological Genome Project
Hosted by the Division of Immunology, Department of Microbiology and Immunobiology at HMS, is a freely accessible collection of immune system gene expression data collected under standardized conditions from investigators worldwide.
Mouse Sperm Cryopreservation and Storage Service
Service provided by Dvora Ghitza who has 10 years of experience in animal husbandry and in directing the IDI micro-‐injection facility. For information contact: Michael Carroll or Dvora Ghitza, Rm 251 Warren Alpert Building, 200 Longwood Ave, Boston, MA.
Humanized Mouse Program/Marasco Laboratory, DFCI
The Marasco Laboratory at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute works with individual investigators to design and construct different humanized mouse models, or to provide already developed humanized mouse models for in vivo studies.
Core Facilities at HMS and Affiliates
Harvard Catalyst maintains an extensive Core Facilities database which includes many cores at HMS and affiliated institutions that are likely to be useful to Harvard Immunologists, including Cellular Imaging and Microscopy, Flow Cytometry, Histology and Pathology, Microarray, Peptide Synthesis, Transgenics, RNAi screening, and others.
Other Research Resources at HMS and Affiliates
Harvard Catalyst can help you find a wide variety of other resources for clinical and translational research.