The domain within your query sequence starts at position 60 and ends at position 572; the E-value for the MM_CoA_mutase domain shown below is 3.7e-240.

HTPEGISIKPLYSRADTLDLPEELPGVKPFTRGPYPTMYTYRPWTIRQYAGFSTVEESNK
FYKDNIKAGQQGLSVAFDLATHRGYDSDNPRVRGDVGMAGVAIDTVEDTKILFDGIPLEK
MSVSMTMNGAVIPVLATFIVTGEEQGVPKEKLTGTIQNDILKEFMVRNTYIFPPEPSMKI
IADIFQYTAQHMPKFNSISISGYHMQEAGADAILELAYTIADGLEYCRTGLQAGLTIDEF
APRLSFFWGIGMNFYMEIAKMRAGRRLWAHLIEKMFQPKNSKSLLLRAHCQTSGWSLTEQ
DPYNNIVRTAIEAMAAVFGGTQSLHTNSFDEALGLPTVKSARIARNTQIIIQEESGIPKV
ADPWGGSYMMESLTNDVYEAALKLIYEVEEMGGMAKAVAEGIPKLRIEECAARRQARIDS
GSEVIVGVNKYQLEKEDSVEVLAIDNTSVRKKQIEKLKKIKSSRDQALAEQCLSALTQCA
ASGDGNILALAVDAARARCTVGEITDALKKVFG

MM_CoA_mutase

MM_CoA_mutase
PFAM accession number:PF01642
Interpro abstract (IPR006099):

Methylmalonyl-CoA mutase (EC 5.4.99.2) (MCM) [(PUBMED:1975493)] is an adenosylcobalamin (vitamin B12) dependent enzyme that catalyzes the isomerization between methylmalonyl-CoA and succinyl-CoA. MCM is involved in various catabolic or biosynthetic pathways; for example in man it is involved in the degradation of several amino acids, odd-chain fatty acids and cholesterol via propionyl-CoA to the tricarboxylic acid cycle; while in some bacteria it is involved in the synthesis of propionate from tricarboxylic acid-cycle intermediates.

Deficiency of MCM in man causes an often fatal disorder of organic acid metabolism termed methylmalonic acidemia. The sequences of eukaryotic and prokaryotic MCM are rather well conserved. In eukaryotes MCM is located in the mitochondrial matrix and is a homodimer of a polypeptide chain of about 710 amino acids. In bacteria MCM is a dimer of two non-identical, yet structurally related chains. This family also includes an Escherichia coli protein (gene sbm) whose function is not yet known.

A small degree of similarity is said [(PUBMED:2197274)] to exist between MCM and the large subunit of the adenosylcobalamin-dependent enzyme ethanolamine ammonia-lyase, but this similarity is so weak that these two type of enzymes can not be detected by a single pattern.

GO process:metabolic process (GO:0008152)
GO function:cobalamin binding (GO:0031419), intramolecular transferase activity (GO:0016866)

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