The domain within your query sequence starts at position 2102 and ends at position 2499; the E-value for the FAT domain shown below is 4.4e-50.

QELRYQAAWRNMQWGLCASAGQEVEGTSYHESLYNALQCLRNREFSTFYESLRYARVKEV
EELSKGSLESVYSLYPTLSRLQAIGELENSGELFSRSVTDRERSEAYWKWQKHSQLLKDS
DFSFQEPLMALRTVILETLVQKEMERSQGACSKDILTKHLVEFSVLARTFKNTQLPERAI
FKIKQYNSAICGISEWHLEEAQVFWAKKEQSLALSILKQMIKKLDSSFKDKENDAGLKVI
YAECLRVCGSWLAETCLENPAVIMQTYLEKAVKVAGSYDGNSRELRNGQMKAFLSLARFS
DTQYQRIENYMKSSEFENKQTLLKRAKEEVGLLREHKIQTNRYTVKVQRELELDECALRA
LREDRKRFLCKAVENYINCLLSGEEHDLWVFRLCSLWL

FAT

FAT
PFAM accession number:PF02259
Interpro abstract (IPR003151): The FAT domain is a domain present in the PIK-related kinases. Members of the family of PIK-related kinases may act as intracellular sensors that govern radial and horizontal pathways [(PUBMED:10782091)].
GO function:protein binding (GO:0005515)

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