The domain within your query sequence starts at position 436 and ends at position 1075; the E-value for the NHS domain shown below is 1.9e-217.

NRRSGTRDSECQTEDILIAAPSRRRIRAQRGQSIAASLSHSAGNISALADKGDTMFTPVV
SSRTRSRSLPREGNRGGDAEPKVGAKPSAFEEGERFVGDHERTPNDCSEAPSSPSTQEHQ
PALGLACSQHLHSPQQKLSERGRSRLSRMAADSGSCDISSNSDTFGSPVHCISTASVLLS
SHMDQKEDHQSSSGNWSGSSSTCPSQTSETIPPAASPPLTGSSHCDSELSLNTAPNANED
ASVFVTEQYNDHLDKVRGHRTNSFTSTVADLLDDPNNSNTSDSEWNYLHHHHDASCRQDF
SPERPKADSLGCPSFTSMGTYDSFLEKSPSDKADTSSHFSVDTEGYYTSMHFDCGLKGNK
TYVCHYAGLGPENGQGVGVPPALPDCAWQEYLDHRRQGRPSISFRKPKAKPTPPKRSSSL
RKSDGNADISEKKEPKISSGQHLPHSSREMKLPLDFSNTPSRVENANLPAKLDSSWINQS
EHAIKEPQLDTPDISPFKDEGAESTHYADLWLLNDLKTNDPYRSLSNSSTATGTTVIECI
KSPESSESQTSQSESRATTPSLPSVDNEYKLASPEKLAGLASPSSGYSSQSETPTSSFPT
AFFSGPLSPGGSKRKPKVPERKSSLQQPSLKDGALSLSKD

NHS

NHS
PFAM accession number:PF15273
Interpro abstract (IPR024845):

Nance-Horan syndrome is an X-linked disorder characterised by congenital cataracts, dental anomalies, dysmorphic features, and, in some cases, mental retardation [(PUBMED:14564667)]. The syndrome is caused by defects in the NHS gene [(PUBMED:15466011)], which appears to play a key role in the regulation of eye, tooth, brain, and craniofacial development [(PUBMED:14564667)]. However, the protein's exact function is unknown.

This entry represents the NHS protein family, which includes NHS protein and NHS-like proteins 1 and 2.

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