The domain within your query sequence starts at position 19 and ends at position 757; the E-value for the Dapper domain shown below is 1.8e-231.

ARLRAALAGLQELQGLRATQQARVRGALGLHPAPGPRGQELRLEAALTALREQLSRLRRQ
DAGLKTHLDQLDQQISELQLDVSRSSCEALDSDSRPSSGFYELSDAGSCSLSTSCASVCS
DRLSPSLGSWLPVFQPSKSRSGIGDWRPRSADETTVPAWSPQLTEDSRLLHGAEGTGRLT
GMFRPRPVSTGDLERVLPADVGLQRAGTDAAHLLGQGIEIPAHALDPTYQRDLVARGGQE
VYPYPSPLHAVALQSPLFALPKEAPCFDICSPPQEPPLVPVDENRTQPEPIRELGSAEAY
IHRLLHLRGQELPLRDVGQEQGGDTAAFPPKPCGQRSESTCQLEKQACGADRGGLKLGRG
AAKDSLKQHGPVSLVGAEPLSSPLKEETIPWNPCVHGDNTVGSSPCSQAQQPLNDCGQGP
VLSPSRVLGTESPPLAPEPFAYTSCTTGETSPVKLRMGFSQNKAVKVRRRVSEKVPRLGK
QLPPQPERQRVTERDPSRPHQGGLSRRPTLAREPPGRSCSESTLYPVPFLVPVVVAQRES
YPTSPQAFFPMEAALLSSAARRKQRRWQSTMEISAKAGSVSQPGPSMGLPRSPAKRGSGP
RAQSRPTLARQDACARCESDPSEHSADCTSLYHSTIAETSEDEEASDHTANRFGDESSSN
DSEGCFRGSRRRLAIGSAEAGQGGWAWPRVPPQQPSRAPGNTRPPLPPVPKLCRIKASKA
LKKKIRRFQPAALKVMTMV

Dapper

Dapper
PFAM accession number:PF15268
Interpro abstract (IPR024843):

Dact (dapper) proteins were identified through binding to dishevelled, a cytoplasmic protein central to Wnt signaling. The different dact proteins seem to have distinct signaling and developmental roles. In Zebrafish, dact1 but not dact2 is required to enhance Wnt/beta-catenin activity, while functional interaction with Wnt/Ca2+-PCP signaling has been described for dact2, but not dact1 [(PUBMED:15539487)]. Data from other vertebrates seems to be consistent with a distinct signaling and developmental role for dact1, dact2 and dact3 [(PUBMED:16881060)].

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