Consensus phylogenetic tree of the Notch family. The tree is midpoint rooted. At the root of the trees, a "npl_A" label means that the tree is the result of the fusion of three independently reconstructed trees with Neighbor Joining, Maximum Parsimony, and Maximum Likelihood methods. In this case, the fusion is done on the NJ topology (branches' lengths can be displayed but are not shown here to keep the tree easily readable). That means that topologies are strongly congruent. The bootstrap values are given for the three methods when a node exists as identical in the three trees. (sometimes a node exists only in two trees or only in the Neighbor Joining tree, e.g. a bootstrap 100_*_99 means that the node exists in NJ tree with a bootstrap value equal to 100 in ML tree with a bootstrap value equal to 99, but doesn't exist in the MP tree).