The domain within your query sequence starts at position 9 and ends at position 1128; the E-value for the Nckap1 domain shown below is < 1e-12.

SQQKLAEKLTILNDRGVGMLTRLYNIKKQGQVWKACGDPKAKPSYLIDKNLESAVKFIVR
KFPAVETRNNNQQLAQLQKEKSEILKNLALYYFTFVDVMEFKDHVCDLLNTIDVCQVFFD
ITVNFDLTKNYLDLTVTYTTLMILLSRIEERKAIIGLYNYAHEMTHGASDREYPRLGQMI
VDYENPLKKMMEEFVPHSKSLSDALISLQMVYPRRNLSADQWRNAQLLSLISAPSTMLNP
AQSDTMPCEYLSLDAMEKWIIFGFILCHGMLNTEATALNLWKLALQSSSCLSLFRDEVFH
IHKAAEDLFVNIRGYNKRINDIRECKEAAVSHAGSMHRERRKFLRSALKELATVLSDQPG
LLGPKALFVFMALSFARDEIIWLLRHADNMPKKSADDFIDKHIAELIFYMEELRAHVRKY
GPVMQRYYVQYLSGFDAVVLNELVQNLSVCPEDESIIMSSFVNTMTSLSVKQVEDGEVFD
FRGMRLDWFRLQAYTSVSKASLSLADHRELGKMMNTIIFHTKMVDSLVEMLVETSDLSIF
CFYSRAFEKMFQQCLELPSQSRYSIAFPLLCTHFMSCTHELCPEERHHIGDRSLSLCNMF
LDEMAKQARNLITDICTEQCTLSDQLLPKHCAKTISQAVNKKSKKQTGKKGEPEREKPGV
ESMRKNRLVVTNLDKLHTALSELCFSINYVPNMAVWEHTFTPREYLTSHLEIRFTKSIVG
MTMYNQATQEIAKPSELLTSVRAYMTVLQSIENYVQIDITRVFNNVLLQQTQHLDSHGEP
TITSLYTNWYLETLLRQVSNGHIAYFPAMKAFVNLPTENELTFNAEEYSDISEMRSLSEL
LGPYGMKFLSESLMWHISSQVAELKKLVVENVDVLTQMRTSFDKPDQMAALFKRLSSVDS
VLKRMTIIGVILSFRSLAQEALRDVLSYHIPFLVSSIEDFKDHIPRETDMKVAMNVYELS
SAAGLPCEIDPALVVALSSQKSENISPEEEYKIACLLMVFVAVSLPTLASNVMSQYSPAI
EGHCNNIHCLAKAINQIAAALFTIHKGSIEDRLKEFLALASSSLLKIGQETDKTTTRNRE
SVYLLLDMIVQESPFLTMDLLESCFPYVLLRNAYHAVYKQ

Nckap1

Nckap1
PFAM accession number:PF09735
Interpro abstract (IPR019137):

Nck-associated protein 1 is part of lamellipodial complex that controls Rac-dependent actin remodeling. It associates preferentially with the first SH3 domain of Nck and is a component of the WAVE2 complex composed of ABI1, CYFIP1/SRA1, NCKAP1/NAP1 and WASF2/WAVE2. It is also a component of the WAVE1 complex composed of ABI2, CYFIP2, C3orf10/HSPC300, NCKAP1 and WASF1/WAVE1. CYFIP2 binds to activated RAC1 which causes the complex to dissociate, releasing activated WASF1. The complex can also be activated by NCK1. Expression of this protein was found to be markedly reduced in patients with Alzheimer's disease [(PUBMED:10673335)].

This is a PFAM domain. For full annotation and more information, please see the PFAM entry Nckap1