The domain within your query sequence starts at position 678 and ends at position 1221; the E-value for the Nucleoporin_C domain shown below is 3.6e-23.

WDASLVVERVFKSSNREITAIESSVPVQLLESVLQELKGLQEFLDRNSQFSGGPLGNPNT
TARVQQRLVGFMRPENGNTQQMQQELQRKFQEAQLSEKISLQAIQQLVRKSYQALALWKL
LCEHQFSVIVGELQKEFQEQLKITTFKDLVIRDKEVTGALIASLINCYIRDNAAVDGISL
HLQDTCPLLYSTDDAVCSKANELLQRSRQVQSKTERERMLRESLKEYQKISNQVDLPSVC
AQYRQVRFYEGVVELSLTAAEKKDPQGLGLHFYKHGEPEEDVVGLQTFQERLNSYKCITD
TLQELVNQSKAAPQSPSVPKKPGPPVLSSDPNMLSNEEAGHHFEQMLKLAQRSKDELFSI
ALYNWLIQADLADKLLQIASPFLEPHLVRMARVDQNRVRYMDLLWRYYEKNRSFSSAARV
LSKLADMHSTEISLQQRLEYIARAILSAKSSTAISSIAADGEFLHELEEKMEVARIQLQI
QETLQRQYSHHSSVQDAISQLDSELMDITKLYGEFADPFKLAECKLAVIHCAGYSDPILV
HTLW

Nucleoporin_C

Nucleoporin_C
PFAM accession number:PF03177
Interpro abstract (IPR007187):

This is the C-terminal half of a family of nucleoporin proteins. Nucleoporins are the main components of the nuclear pore complex in eukaryotic cells, and mediate bidirectional nucleocytoplasmic transport, especially of mRNA and proteins. Two nucleoporin classes are known: one is characterised by the FG repeat and the other is represented by this family, which lacks any repeats. RNA undergoing nuclear export first encounters the basket of the nuclear pore and many nucleoporins are accessible on the basket side of the pore [(PUBMED:10191094), (PUBMED:11684705)].

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