The domain within your query sequence starts at position 74 and ends at position 799; the E-value for the BicD domain shown below is < 1e-12.

GQSFSIHRKVAEDGETREETLLQESASKEAYYLNKILEMQNELKQSRAVVTNVQAENERL
SAVVQELKENNEMVELQRIRMKDEIREYKFREARLLQDYTELEEENITLQKLVSTLKQNQ
VEYEGLKHEIKRFEEETVLLNSQLEDAIRLKEIAEHQLEEALETLKNEREQKNNLRKELS
QYINLSDSHISISVDGLKFAEDGSEPNNDDKMNGHIHGPLGKLNGDYRTPTTRKGESLHP
VSDLFSELNISEIQKLKQQLIQVEREKAILLANLQESQTQLEHTKGALTEQHERVHRLTE
HVNAMRGLQNSKEIKAELDCEKGRNSAEEAHDYEVDINGLEILECKYRVAVTEVIDLKAE
IKALKEKYNKSVENYTEEKTKYESKIQMYDEQVTNLEKTSKESGEKMAHMEKELQKMTGI
ANENHNTLNTAQDELVTFSEELAQLYHHVCLCNNETPNRVMLDYYRQSRVTRSGSLKGPD
DPRGLLSPRLSRRGVSSPVESRTSSEPVSKENTETSKEPSPTKTPTISPVITAPPSSPVL
DTSDIRKEPMNIYNLNAIIRDQIKHLQKAVDRSLQLSRQRAAARELAPMIDKDKEALMEE
ILKLKSLLSTKREQIATLRAVLKANKQTAEVALANLKNKYENEKAMVTETMTKLRNELKA
LKEDAATFSSLRAMFATRCDEYVTQLDEMQRQLAAAEDEKKTLNTLLRMAIQQKLALTQR
LEDLEF

BicD

BicD
PFAM accession number:PF09730
Interpro abstract (IPR018477):

Bicaudal-D (BicD) is a family of motor adaptor proteins consist of three coiled-coiled domains. BicD plays an essential for the correct localization of maternal mRNAs in Drosophila's oocyte [(PUBMED:17827179)] and functions as a regulator of the Golgi to ER retrograde transport in mammalian cells [(PUBMED:19018277)]. BicD was suggested to be a linker bridging cargo and dynein and have roles in the regulation of cargo motility [(PUBMED:19754453)]. It also functions as a novel regulator of neurotrophin (NT) signaling [(PUBMED:28215293)].

GO function:cytoskeletal adaptor activity (GO:0008093), dynein complex binding (GO:0070840)

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