Myocyte enhancer binding factor 2B (MEF2B) is a transcriptional activator of the BCL6 proto-oncogene in normal germinal center (GC) B-cells. Limited data exists concerning its expression in B-cell lymphomas, and comparison with other GC-associated antigens is lacking. Its role in the differential diagnosis of B-cell lymphomas, particularly in the distinction of follicular lymphoma (FL) versus marginal zone lymphoma (MZL), remains to be determined. We evaluated MEF2B expression, in comparison with additional GC markers, LIM domain-only transcription factor 2 (LMO2), and human GC-associated lymphoma (HGAL), in a variety of B-cell lymphomas, with particular emphasis on their utility in differentiating FL from MZL. MEF2B was positive in all FL and Burkitt lymphomas, 8/9 mantle cell lymphomas, 2/24 splenic MZL, 1/10 chronic lymphocytic leukemia/small lymphocytic lymphomas, and 38/44 diffuse large B-cell lymphoma (DLBCL), but was negative in all extranodal MZL of mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue, nodal MZL, and B-lymphoblastic lymphomas. Focusing on low-grade FL versus MZL, MEF2B was 100% sensitive and 95% specific for FL, which was similar to BCL6, but superior to LMO2 (sensitivity 87%, specificity 86%) and HGAL (sensitivity 97%, specificity 86%). Importantly, MEF2B was positive in 4/4 FL with plasmacytoid differentiation, which were CD10−, only weakly BCL6+, and included 1 case that lacked both LMO2 and HGAL expression. MEF2B was positive in 22/25 (88%) GC-type DLBCL, but was also positive in 16/19 (61%) non–GC-type DLBCL. MEF2B shows superior sensitivity and specificity than LMO2 and HGAL in the differential diagnosis of FL versus MZL and is particularly useful in FL with plasmacytoid differentiation, which may have morphologic and immunophenotypic overlap with MZL. MEF2B, however, is not specific for GC-derived B-cell lymphomas as it is also apparently positive in most mantle cell lymphoma and many non–GC-type DLBCL.