The domain within your query sequence starts at position 1 and ends at position 810; the E-value for the TRAPPC9-Trs120 domain shown below is 3.7e-222.

MSVPDYMQCAEDHQTLLVVVQAVGIVSEENFFRIYKRICSVSQLSVRDTQRALFIRYRHH
YPPENNEWGDFQTHRKVVGLITITDCFSPKDWPQTFEKFHVQKEIYGSTLYDSRLFVFGL
QGDVAEQPRPDVAFYPNYDDCDSVEKRIEDFIESLFIVLESKRLDRATDKSGDKIPLLCV
PFEKKDFVGLDTDSRHYKKRCQGRMRKHVGDLCLQAGMLQDALVHYHMSVELLRSVNDFL
WLGAALEGLCSASVIYHYPGGTGGKTGARRLQGSSLPSEAANRHRPGALTTNGINPDTST
EIGRAKNCLSPEDIIDKYKEAISYYSKYKNAGVIELEACVKAVRVLAIQKRGMEASEFLQ
NAVYINLRQLSEEEKIQRYSILSELYELIGFHRKSAFFKRVAAMQCVAPSIAEPGWRACY
KLLLETLPGYSLSLDPKDFSKGTHRGWAAVQMRLLHELVYASRRMGNPALSVRHLSFLLQ
TMLDFLSDQEKKDVTQSLENYTAKCPGTMEPITLPDGLTLPPVPFTKLPIVRCVKLLSLP
TSLRPHKVKSLLGQSMSTKSPFIYSPIIAHNRGEERNKKIDFQWVQGDVCEVQLMVYNPM
PFELRVENMGLLTSGVEFESLPAALSLPAESGLYPVTLVGVPQTTGMITVNGYHTTVFGV
FSDCLLDNLPGLKTGGSTVEVIPALPRLQISTSLPRSARSLQPSAGDEIATNVSVQLYNG
ETQQLAVTLENIGLEPLEQLEVTSKLLTTKEKLYGDFLSWKLEETLAQFPLQPGKVATFT
INIKAKLDFSCQENLLQDLSDDGISVSGFP

TRAPPC9-Trs120

TRAPPC9-Trs120
PFAM accession number:PF08626
Interpro abstract (IPR013935):

The trafficking protein particle complex TRAPP is a multi-protein complex needed in the early stages of the secretory pathway. To date, two kinds of TRAPP complexes have been studied, TRAPPI and TRAPP II. These complexes differ in subunit composition [(PUBMED:11239471)]. TRAPP I binds vesicles derived from the endoplasmic reticulum bringing them closer to the acceptor membrane. Trs120 is a subunit specific to the TRAPP II complex [(PUBMED:10727015)] along with Trs65p and Trs130p(TRAPPC10). It is suggested that Trs120p is required for the stability of the Trs130p subunit, suggesting that these two proteins might interact in some way [(PUBMED:17041589)]. It is likely that there is a complex function for TRAPP II in multiple pathways [(PUBMED:18801063)].

This is a PFAM domain. For full annotation and more information, please see the PFAM entry TRAPPC9-Trs120