Search eagle-i resources in multiple ways.


Use eagle-i Central Search to search all resources in the the entire eagle-i Network. With Central Search, you can search for keywords and add filters based on the location or type of resource.

  • Use the free text search or select from autosuggestions
  • Explore the resource hierarchy in the left navigation
  • Limit your search to any combination of institutional collections
  • Contact resource providers to request resources
Step one - start an eagle-i search
STEP ONE — start a search by typing a keyword into the search box at the top of the page.
Step two -- applying eagle-i search filters
STEP TWO — narrow your results by applying search filters.
Step three -- understanding eagle-i search results
STEP THREE — open any resource details page to contact the provider.


Use eagle-i iPS Cell Search to query all induced pluripotent stem cell and primary cell lines in the Network, filtered by specific criteria such as the diagnosed disease or induction method.

  • Apply any combination of filters to narrow your search
  • Results are organized by human subject
  • Save the list of cell lines in a CSV file

The iPS Cell Search results connect you back to the listing for those cell lines in eagle-i Central Search. From there, you can contact the cell line providers.

STEP ONE — select which type of cell line to include in your search.
iPSC Step two -- select search criteria
STEP TWO — select as many search criteria as desired.
STEP THREE — view results in a sortable table with links to more details.


eagle-i provides two anonymous contact options to protect the privacy of resource providers. A third option connects directly to an outside ordering system, if it’s available.

Using the eagle-i request buttonEAGLE-I REQUEST — Transferrable resources like model organisms or antibodies use a detailed request form that prompts the requesting researcher to provide information about their intended use of the resource. This begins a guided interaction between the resource provider and requester with three steps: Request, Exchange, and Feedback. See eagle-i Request for more details.
Using the Send Message to Contact buttonSEND MESSAGE TO RESOURCE CONTACT — Anonymous contact forms for organizations, people, and non-transferrable resources like instruments or services allow researchers to send a brief message, ask a general question, or inquire about a resource. The resource provider can then reply directly to this message using the email the sender specifies.
Using the Exchange Facilitator fieldEXCHANGE FACILITATOR — Many resources are available through outside vendors, 3rd party providers used to manage distribution, or the providing repository’s own ordering system. The Exchange Facilitator field displays a button or link to order directly from those sources, if they are available. If the Exchange Facilitator field displays in a record, it is the preferred contact method for that resource.