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The protein-DNA assemblies that comprise chromatin serve to compact and store eukaryotic DNA in a systematic and orderly manner, and are involved in the regulation of nuclear processes such as transcription. Currently, research in the lab covers four areas related to chromatin structure and function.
Dr. Hayes is also the Principal Investigator of the William A. Bernhard Memorial Lab. Please visit the lab site to learn more about the physics & chemistry of DNA damage produced by ionizing radiation.
Jeffrey J. Hayes, Ph.D.
Interactions of the Core Histone Tail Domains
Chromatin Structure Affects the Activity of DNA-Modifying Enzymes
Mechanisms of ATP-dependent Chromatin Remodeling Complexes
July 14, 2017Payea and Mishra are Inaugural Recipients of the Sayeeda Zain Travel Award
June 29, 2017Jeffrey Hayes Helps Increase Our Understanding of DNA's Path Into Cells
September 18, 2013Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics Faculty and Students Honored at Opening Convocation
August 21, 2013Hayes to Head Biochemistry and Biophysics at URMC
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