Ex Parte Arbiser - Page 1

                        The opinion in support of the decision being entered today was not written                    
                                for publication and is not binding precedent of the Board.                            
                        UNITED STATES PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE                                                     
                              BEFORE THE BOARD OF PATENT APPEALS                                                      
                                            AND INTERFERENCES                                                         
                                           Ex parte JACK L. ARBISER                                                   
                                                Appeal 2007-0091                                                      
                                              Application 09/765,491                                                  
                                             Technology Center 1600                                                   
                                            HEARD February 6, 2007                                                    
                 Before SCHEINER, GRIMES, and LINCK, Administrative Patent Judges.                                    
                 GRIMES, Administrative Patent Judge.                                                                 

                                            DECISION ON APPEAL                                                        
                        This is an appeal under 35 U.S.C.  134 involving claims to a method                          
                 of treating skin disorders using angiogenesis inhibitors.  The Examiner has                          
                 rejected the claims as indefinite, anticipated, and obvious.  We have                                
                 jurisdiction under 35 U.S.C.  6(b).  We reverse the rejection for                                   
                 indefiniteness, affirm the rejection for anticipation, affirm-in-part the                            
                 rejections for obviousness, and enter two new grounds of rejection.                                  

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