The domain within your query sequence starts at position 30 and ends at position 491; the E-value for the DLIC domain shown below is 5.8e-264.

EEGQSLWSSILSEVSTRARSKLPSGKNILVFGEDGSGKTTLMTKLQGAEHGKKGRGLEYL
YLSVHDEDRDDHTRCNVWILDGDLYHKGLLKFAVSAESLRETLVIFVADMSRPWTIMESL
QKWASVLREHIDKMKIPPEEMRDLERKFMKEFQDYIEPEEGCQGSPQRRGPLTSGSDEDS
VALPLGDNVLTHNLGIPVLVVCTKCDAMSVLEKEHDYRDEHLDFIQAHLRRFCLQYGAAL
IYTSVKEEKNLDLLYKYIVHKTYGFHFTIPALVVEKDAVFIPAGWDNEKKIAILHENFTT
VKPEDAYEDFIVKPPVRKLVHDKELAAEDEQVFLMKQQSLLAKQPATPTRTSESPARGPS
GSPRTQGRGGPASVPSASPGTSVKKPDPNIKNNAASEGVLASFFNSLLSKKTGSPGSPSA
GGVQSTAKKSGQKTVLSNVQEELDRMTRKPDSMVTNSSTENE

DLIC

DLIC
PFAM accession number:PF05783
Interpro abstract (IPR022780):

This entry consists of several eukaryotic dynein light intermediate chain proteins. The light intermediate chains (LICs) of cytoplasmic dynein consist of multiple isoforms, which undergo post-translational modification to produce a large number of species. DLIC1 is known to be involved in assembly, organisation, and function of centrosomes and mitotic spindles when bound to pericentrin [(PUBMED:10545494), (PUBMED:10893222)]. DLIC2 is a subunit of cytoplasmic dynein 2 that may play a role in maintaining Golgi organisation by binding cytoplasmic dynein 2 to its Golgi-associated cargo [(PUBMED:11907264)].

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