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Hot Metal Bridge

Pittsburgh’s Hot Metal Bridge links the Bridgeside technology campus (home to MMG) to cafes, shops and restaurants in the South Side Works.

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Chemical Genetics

Close-up view of a kinase domain active site, genetically modified to accommodate a selective inhibitor.

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Nef SH3 Interface

Molecular model of the interface between the HIV-1 virulence factor, Nef and the host cell signaling protein, Hck.

Credit: Seema S. Lakdawala and Juraj Kabat (NIAID, NIH)

Visualization of four distinct influenza viral RNA segments within a single cell

An MDCK cell infected with influenza A/WSN/1933 (H1N1) virus with four influenza viral RNA segments identified by fluorescent in situ hybridization: PB2, PB1, PA, and NP. The nucleus is labeled in blue based on DAPI staining.

Events & Seminars

Wed
Jan
18
MMG Seminar Series presents Dr. Timothy Hand
"Maintenance of the host/microbiome relationship in the intestine" Learn more>
Wed
Jan
25
MMG Seminar Series presents Dr. Seth Childers
"A pseudokinase integrates signaling pathways to enable asymmetric cell division in a bacterium" Learn more>
Wed
Feb
01
MMG Seminar Series presents Dr. Stefan Pukatzki
"Microbial Competition in Disease and Prevention" Learn more>

News

Drs. Bomberger and Flitter published in PNAS
Study from Bomberger Lab published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Learn more>
MMG Faculty Part of National Collaboratory for HIV Cure Research
The BELIEVE project collaborative effort Learn more>
Second Annual Julius Youngner Lecture
Dr. Vincent Racaniello presented at this year's Youngner Lecture. Learn more>