The domain within your query sequence starts at position 219 and ends at position 236; the E-value for the OAR domain shown below is 1e-10.

SKNSSIADLRLKAKKHAA

OAR

OAR
PFAM accession number:PF03826
Interpro abstract (IPR003654):

This 14 amino acid motif has been identified within the C-terminal region of several paired-like homeodomain (HD) containing proteins [(PUBMED:8944018), (PUBMED:9466998)]. It was named OAR domain after the initials of otp, aristaless, and rax [(PUBMED:9096350)]. Although it has been proposed that this domain could be important for transactivation and be involved in protein-protein interactions or DNA binding [(PUBMED:9096350), (PUBMED:9140395)], its function is not yet known. Some proteins known to contain a OAR domain include human RIEG, defects in which are the cause of Rieger syndrome [(PUBMED:8944018)]; human OG12X and Mus musculus (Mouse) Og12x, whose function is not yet known [(PUBMED:9466998)]; vertebrate Rax, which plays a role in the proliferation and/or differentiation of retinal cells [(PUBMED:9096350)]; Drosophila DRX, which appears to be important in brain development [(PUBMED:9482887)]; and human SHOX, encoded by the short stature homeobox-containing gene.

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