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What are Integration Links?
Integration Links are unique features that help you to identify and learn about the all-important points of integration across the basic science disciplines. The links provide additional layers of content that link various topics in the STUDENT CONSULT title you purchased to related bonus content in other online STUDENT CONSULT titles. Integration Links have been carefully selected by faculty advisors and students to ensure that they are curriculum-based and high-yield. Each STUDENT CONSULT title you purchase (except the Secrets Series®) contains at least 50 integration links — the more you buy, the more layers of integrated information you can unlock online, improving your chances of success in mastering any subject area!

What do they look like?
Below is an example of an Integration Link, linking to Gray's Anatomy for Students from a section on Peripheral Lymphoid Organs, in Section 1 of Basic Immunology, 2e (Abbas).


...The activated lymphocytes ultimately exit the node via efferent lymphatic vessels and leave the spleen through veins. These activated lymphocytes end up in the circulation and can go to distant sites of infection.
 Integration link: Lymphatic vesselsIntegration Link
Taken from Gray's Student Anatomy 
 
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