RP-323 is a Mitogen activator, which has the ability to turn the switch of an abnormally functioning cell on or off. When one of a cell’s MAPK synthesis pathways is blocked it can become stuck in the “on” or “off” position. This is believed to be a key element in the development Parkinson’s disease. RP-323 through the activation of Protein Kinase C has the ability to add a needed phosphate into the pathway turning this switch and clearing the pathway. Allowing transcription of DNA and expression of a necessary protein produces a cellular functional change such as cell division, apoptosis and proper function [Figure 2]. In Parkinson’s disease, without proper neuronal cell function dopamine is not produced and eventual cell death occurs. With the increasing number of dopaminergic cells dying, PD symptoms worsen.