The domain within your query sequence starts at position 1102 and ends at position 1877; the E-value for the Rav1p_C domain shown below is 4.3e-84.

VLDSGISIDSNLVAYNKQETYLVSKESITSNTKHLVHLDWMSREDGSHILTVGIGSKLFM
YGPMAGKVQDQTGKENQAFPLWDSTKIVPLSKFVLLRSVDLVSSVEGAPPFPVSLSWVRD
GILVVGMDCEMHVYSQWQPSNKQEPVISESYNGSTPSILSLIKQSNSSSSGLHPPKKTLT
RSMTSLAQKICGKKSIFDPSVDMEDSGLFEAAHVLSPTLPQYHPLQLLELMDLGKVRRAK
AILSHLVKCIAGEVVALNEAESNHERRLRSLTISASGSTTRDPQAFNKADSRDYTEIDSV
PPLPLYALLAADDDSYCSSLEKTGSESSLKKSKQLSKESYDELFQTSVLMSDNHMLETDE
ENTQPRVIDLSQYSPTYFGPEHAQVLSGHLLHSSLPGLTRMEQMSLMALADTIATTSTDI
GESRDRNQGGETLDECGLKFLLAVRLHTFLTTSLPAYRAQLLHQGLSTGHFAWAFHSVAE
EELLNMLPAMQKDDPTWSELRAMGVGWWVRNARILRRCIEKVAKAAFHRNNDPLDAAIFY
LAMKKKAVIWGLYRSQKDTKMTQFFGHNFEEERWRKAALKNAFSLLGKQRFEHSAAFFLL
GGCLKDAIEVCLEKLNDIQLALVIARLFESEFDKSATYKSILRKKVLGIGSPASELSSSS
INAHHDPFLRSMAHWILEDYSAALETLIKQPVTEDEDQVMMSACNPIVFNFYNYLRTHPL
LLRRHFGSSSETFSTHMTLAGKSGLAGTINLSERRLFFTTASAHLKAGCPMLALEV

Rav1p_C

Rav1p_C
PFAM accession number:PF12234
Interpro abstract (IPR022033):

This domain family is found in the C-terminal region of the protein Rav1 [(PUBMED:15090613)], a component of the RAVE (regulator of the ATPase of vacuolar and endosomal membranes) complex. Rav1p is involved in regulating the glucose dependent assembly and disassembly of vacuolar ATPase V1 and V0 subunits [(PUBMED:11844802)].

This is a PFAM domain. For full annotation and more information, please see the PFAM entry Rav1p_C