The N-terminal domain of the Agrobacterium tumefaciens telomere resolvase, TelA, regulates its DNA cleavage and rejoining activities

I won't pretend to understand all of the information in his paper by University of Saskatchewan researchers, but the takeaway is that these scientists have made an important discovery about how certain organisms -- Borrelia burgdorferi among them -- reproduce, something that could ultimately bring medical researchers one step closer to devising treatments aimed at short-circuiting the replication process and ultimately produce a cure for Lyme disease.