Vincenzo Tiberio, interspecies competition and infection control strategies
Accepted: 11 October 2023
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The following paper sums up the history of Dr. Vincenzo Tiberio, a military physician from Italy, who lived around the second half of the past century. His life was dedicated to clinical research, particularly in the context of microorganism competition and mechanisms of transmission of infections. His scientific work, though significant and innovative, was adequately appreciated just many years after his death; a great loss for the scientific world since his discovery could have laid the groundwork for the development of antimicrobial drugs that can be used nowadays in the infection control strategies.
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