The domain within your query sequence starts at position 63 and ends at position 214; the E-value for the ADIP domain shown below is 8.5e-51.



PFAM accession number:PF11559
Interpro abstract (IPR021622):

This family is found in mammals where it is localised at cell-cell adherens junctions [ (PUBMED:12446711) ], and in Sch. pombe and other fungi where it anchors spindle-pole bodies to spindle microtubules [ (PUBMED:17486116) ]. It is a coiled-coil structure, and in pombe, it is required for anchoring the minus end of spindle microtubules to the centrosome equivalent, the spindle-pole body. The name ADIP derives from the family being composed of Afadin- and alpha -Actinin-Binding Proteins Localised at Cell-Cell Adherens Junctions.

This is a PFAM domain. For full annotation and more information, please see the PFAM entry ADIP