The Skyline presents the expression profiles of a selected gene in a chosen group of cell types, in either microarray or ULI RNA-seq data.
Single Cell Profiling
Display Single Cell RNA-seq profiles from immunological organs and cell-types, and their distinguishing gene modules.
The Constellation view presents the genes most closely correlated to a chosen gene, grouped by genomic location or secondary correlation.
MicroRNA abundance profiles in different immunological cell-types (Qiagen qPCR), viwed by cell-type of by predicted target sites.
GEM (Gene Expression Map)
Dive into a zoom-enabled representation of the genome, with gene expression (microarray) as pseudo-color barcodes positioned along the chromosomes, marking specific genes or differentially expressed regions.
See how your gene set is expressed across ImmGen cell-types.
Performs a comparison of gene expression between 2 cell-types (or groups of cell-types), returns the most differential genes and their statistics.
Chromatin profiles in different immunological cell-types (ChIPseq, ATACseq).
Compares the expression of individual genes in human and mouse immune cell lineages, and their co-regulated gene modules.
Explore Open Chromatin Regions related to a chosen gene in many immune cell-types, and the transcription factors predicted to affect these enhancers and promoters.
Gene expression profiles from different immunological cell-types by TrueSeq RNA-seq, visualized on the UCSC Genome Browser.
Differentially spliced isoforms in different immunological cell-types, from RNA-seq junction analysis and from feature-level microarray analysis.
A series of comparison tools and tables exploring the variation in gene expression between mouse inbred strains.
Modules and regulators
Interactive display of the modules of co-regulated genes across immunological cell-types, and the transcription factors (TFs) predicted to control them.
Presents the transcriptional signatures of cytokines in different immunocyte lineages, predicted regulatory networks and chromatin rearrangements.
The ImmGen data and browsers are developed as a general resource for the community, principally supported by funds from NIH/NIAID. Datasets can be downloaded from NCBI’s GEO and SRA data repositories, this searchable table provides links to all ImmGen data series and normalized gene tables.
Individual Datasets Retrieval
Download individual datasets (Microarray only).
Drag each population or the whole branch of interest from the left tree and drop onto the cart. Then click the download button on the right. We will send you by email a link to retrieve the requested dataset.